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how to use windows system repair?? (need it fast)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Banxafe, Jul 16, 2007.

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  1. Banxafe

    Banxafe Thread Starter

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    i need to copy the GTGina.dll file back to c:\windows\system32\ because i deleted it and now i can't get my pc turned on. I copied the GTGina.dll from another pc to a CD. I used my xp cd to go to the repair console but i don't know how to copy something from a CD to c:\windows\system32\ in the repair console
     
  2. Banxafe

    Banxafe Thread Starter

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    please anyone? need solution fast...
     
  3. cgesicki

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    use the copy command

    copy d:\gtgina.dll c:\windows\system32
     
  4. Banxafe

    Banxafe Thread Starter

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    i can't type a ":" i think it is because i'm belgian and it types querty there and i have a azerty keyboard
    i can't find it, do you know what i have to type??
     
  5. cgesicki

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    well the : looks like its just to the left of the + symbol
     
  6. Banxafe

    Banxafe Thread Starter

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    it is realy strange, i tried every button on my keyboard but i still can't find the ":"
     
  7. Lemmy_Winks

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    If its kind of like an american keyboard u have to hold shift and hit a differnt button to get that. We have to hold shift and hit ; in order to get :
     
  8. redoak

    redoak Gone but never forgotten

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    Yes, there are a number of keys with two punctuation marks or symbols. A "lower case" position and an "upper case" position. The "upper" is obtained just like an "upper" form of a letter- hold down the shift key and strike the desired letter, etc. As noted, the ":" punctuation mark is coupled with the ";" on a standard "American" [and others?] keyboard.

    {redoak}
     
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    WhitPhil Gone but never forgotten Trusted Advisor

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    See if any of the solutions here are options?
     
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