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wannabe1

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Perfect!!!

Do THIS This repair procedure will not remove or damage any of your current files or settings and will repair the Operating System files only. You will be asked for your installation CD and, in some cases, your product key code. Follow the instructions closely...print them out if you can.

When the repair has completed, go to Windows Update and download and install SP2 and any other critical updates available for your machine.

Let me know how it goes...

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Edited by wannabe1, 10 September 2005 - 01:47 PM.

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Murray S.

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Try running a Repair

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wannabe1

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LOL!!! Great Minds......
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Thank you so much, that fixed. No problems at all with the process. Thanks again!
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You are most welcome, dstolman! :tazz: ...Glad we could help!

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