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What is MSSoap?


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ronscores

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hi,

I couldnt boot into XP
went to 98 and did a scan thro' scandisk, got this message
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Please i need advise.. do i repair the error or delete it..
I presume if i use "Repair error" i'll have a bad sector right?
and if i delete, i think there'd be no bad sectors..????
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Murray S.

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Howdy:

This is a legitimate Windows program.. Found online..

"Microsoft has recently made the decision to include the MSSOAP Toolkit with future versions of Windows, virtually ensuring its widespread adoption by developers."

You can read about it HERE

Personally, I would be trying the "repair" option first!!

Murray
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but i'm sure that on repairing.. i'll get the bad sector..
IS this MSsoap thing required at all?
Lest i can delete this thing..

and really i dint get a word from ur link!!

Edited by ronscores, 16 July 2005 - 09:46 PM.

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The link just explains what it is about and how to use it, but it doesn't seem to be necessary..

Also, there is nothing that would indicate you would end up with bad sectors whether you repaired, deleted or just left it as such..

If the program corrupted because of a bad sector, then that sector is lost to you already!!

Murray

Edited by Murray S., 16 July 2005 - 09:49 PM.

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umm thx .. i think i'd accept that
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