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I'll try and remove XP from the command prompt. I'll be back down here in 1 minute.
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This is for an ME Boot Disc

http://download.wind...dex.php?dlid=63

Then you should be able to go with system restore

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;279736
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When I go through the command prompt to uninstall XP:

1. cd\windows\system32
2. osuninst.exe
3. It won't let me uninstall due to no registration information.

Is there any, and I mean ANY way to revert back. I don't care about my loss of information. I don't have nothing that important I can't re-install.
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The ME boot disk didn't do anything.
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These are some options

http://www.windowsre...a... of Windows
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Well this would all be easier if I could start my computer in normal mode. That safe mode is running in 60Hz nd is giving me a headache. So is there any way for me to get rid of the 0x0000007E error and then revert XP to ME?
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I can't delete XP with the ways these are giving me. System restore doesn't work. I can't boot in normal mode. I just wasted $200 on the wireless router and installation fees. I think I'm going to literally commit suicide. :tazz:
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Someone with any advice please post. :tazz:
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Try here

http://www.killdisk....ownloadfree.htm

Download it to the good one, install it to the naughty one
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Download it to the good one, install it to the naughty one


What do you mean by that?
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Install it to the one you want to format, which is being naughty cos it won't load
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Ok, right now I have it running on my computer with all the problems. Right now it is deleting the C:, so what do I do after that is done?
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Switch it off for a few minutes

Boot the PC and keep tapping the delete key until you enter set up, Open the CD ROM Drive and insert the ME CD, leave the drawer open, set the first boot device as the CD ROM Drive, press F10 to save and exit, type Y to confirm then press enter and it will reboot

Press a key to load from CD when prompted, follow the set up screens for ME
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So once everything is deleted, what do I reinstall?
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Windows ME
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