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Tar

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I got my computer fixed and now four months later it has another problem. when you turn it on, after the logo screen, it has themode selection screen

Safe mode
Safe mode with networking
Safe mode with command prompt

Last known Configuration
Start Windows Normally

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I chose normal as that was the last known working setup.
it goes to the same screen. anyone

Edited by Tar, 28 August 2005 - 02:32 PM.

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use your cd to load the recovery console, then run chkdsk /r
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Which CD? Is there a way to do that without the CD?
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Which CD?  Is there a way to do that without the CD?

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Howdy:

1: The Windows XP cd

2: No..

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Will that delete the C Drive?
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No.. But, this will only work with a legitimate XP install..

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