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stupid enough to delete system files, using reg 2 finish

Discussion in 'Games' started by Auxid3, Oct 9, 2018.

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  1. Auxid3

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    so, i had an issue a while back with rtcw:goty. my dad, sadly being a tech guy and me not being the sharpest tool in the shed, started deleting game files from file manager. after i was done there, my father told me to look at registry and try and find corrupt rtcw files. i need help. this game is the only one that runs well on my rig.
     
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    Can you re-install the game ?
     
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    no, i need to get these files off before i can
    it's rtcw:GOTY edition
    ive tried that
     
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    Have you checked to see if the deleted files are in the Recycle Bin ?
     
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    I have recycling bin set to auto delete, and I had deleted them after I trashed them a while ago
     
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    All I can think of is to start from scratch and re-install Windows then the game. What version of Windows is it ?

    I'm not a gamer though. Perhaps someone else here will have an idea so don't try the above just yet.
     
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    How about using the built in Window's 'Restore' function?
     
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