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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by NaMBoI, Aug 5, 2007.

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  1. NaMBoI

    NaMBoI Thread Starter

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    i hav a T2742 at work n it was having problems. so i did a system restore wit the cd. now everytime when i get to choose my computers name it freezes. i tried skipping it. stil didn't work anyway solution?
     
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    Welcome to TSG....

    At work? Ok do you have an IT department at work, and I suppose the computers are on a network at work?
     
  3. NaMBoI

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    hmmm im dont hav that much knowledge about computers so u hav to clarify it. n by network i think, its connected to a router if thats what u mean.
     
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    any1? i reeli need help. mah dad is so pissed n he thinks it my fault.
     
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    hey guys i looked into it n now i know the problem. wen i started the computer i kept tapping f11 so i chose the option Last Know Good Configuration. n den dis came up:

    Windows could not start because th following file is missing or corrupt.
    \Windows\system32\config\system

    so i tried starting it on safe mode but then it says windows is not fully installed. Please run set up cd rom. Is there a solution to this because i don't have the setup cd? Can i dl it somewhere n save it to a disc? Is the system recovery disc the set up disc?

    Plz help!!
     
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