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accessories, accessibility, lost components with reinstall windows 98 se

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by erc, Jul 21, 2006.

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  1. erc

    erc Thread Starter

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    magnifier lost when windows 98se reinstalled, Packard Bell model #5951 . . . hard drive (c) was completely wiped out to install verizon DSL and many components of windows never reinstalled afterthat . . . suggestions???
     
  2. Treasurerat

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    was the os install disk compatible to your syst?..os may be corrupted as well,,,kind unusal to not get a clean install...try and reformat and re-install over what you have now..do you have sys recover disc?,,why did you wipe the h/d to install dsl in the 1st place?
     
  3. junker39

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    You can go to Control Panel then Add/Remove Programs. Under the Windows Setup tab, you can put back the missing items. Under Accessibility then Accessibility tools is the Magnifier.
    Put a check in the box and Apply. You will probably need your 98 CD. Good luck.
     
  4. erc

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    was accidental to wipe out h/d to install DSL...and don't know if installed disc of windows was corrupted...clened out old files, did disc clenup, scan disc, disc defrags...reloaded windows 98 from 3 other discs (OEM & SE)...lost DSL...os disc for packard bell #5951 broke while uncrating equipment...still searching for replacement
     
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