The sfc command will replace the missing files automatically if the CD is inserted.
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I'm not sure this is the problem candidate, but merely a victim of the problem, I cannot open ANY help files with the file extention .chm
This is now my number one candidate:
I found that link also, but further down the page it states:-
I found here that the version of hhctrl.ocx might be important as well:
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