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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by mijz, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. mijz

    mijz Thread Starter

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    need help guys...
    ..my uncle have a windows ME computer, the problem is that when i turn on this computer.
    what comes out is the word likely like this "WELCOME to WINDOWS ME" and it shutdown emmediately. can you help me figure out the problem .pls ..and some solution pls
    ..thanks!
     
  2. Blue Zee

    Blue Zee

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    Hi.

    Difficult to tell with so little information.

    Start with a registry restore...

    Bootup with a startup floppy disk and at the A:\> prompt type

    C: (press enter)

    Now type:

    cd windows\command (press enter)

    Your prompt should read C:\Windows\Command, correct?

    Now type:

    SCANREG /RESTORE (note space between G and /)

    Press enter, select a date just before the problem started, press Enter, wait for the process to finish and reboot without the disk.

    If you don’t have a startup disk, download one from www.bootdisk.com.

    Any luck?

    Zee
     
  3. mijz

    mijz Thread Starter

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    i got another problem. when i turn on my laptop. there's a message "msn library link missing". what do i need to do? help
     
  4. Blue Zee

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    That's not Windows related.

    Reinstall MSN (messenger?) if you need it. Or just uninstall it in Add/Remove Programs.

    Zee
     
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