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Dr Watson Postmortem Debugger [CLOSED]


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Here ya go. Have at it, and thanks so much. I removed Dr Watson's completely already........... As far as I know.
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Hi,

Did you delete the file Dr Watson ????

Well you shouldnt have done so !!!!!!

Anyway the file didnt get attached. Can you try again ???
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Yes, I deleted the program. OOPS. And the board won't allow me to attach these files, one is too large, and the other is a dmp. I could maybe email them to you?
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email to me at - fani_kumarAThotmail.com
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Hi Sjtar,

Do you have the Windows CD with you ???
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Uh, think so, yea. I have the restore CD for the PC, so surely the files needed are on that.
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Put the Windows CD in the CD Drive.


Click on Start ----> Run. Type in

sfc /scannow

and hit enter.

This will check that all your system files are intact and not corrupted. In case they are corrupted, the program will replace the files on your hard disk from the copies on your CD.

Let me know how it goes and also let me know if the problem persists after doing this step
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Thanks. I'll do that and post a reply when I am finished. =)
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sure, no problem
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