Windows XP Home & Dialog Box

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RedRebel

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Every time I boot this peice of crap we think of as an operating system I get a Dialog Box. The Caption: Windows Registry Recovery
The Message is as follows:
Some Files had to be recovered by use of log or alternate copy. Recovery was successfull!
What does this goobledegook mean and how to I get rid of It? :rolleyes:
 

telecom69

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Try doing a System Restore ..... going back to before the problem ....

Also read through this forum http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7450

You may not like this operating System but personally I think its the best yet in recent years,Ive never had any problems with it .....

If you have never done a system restore before this is how

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;Q306084

Let me know how you go on .....

PS You cant count either :D 1929 makes you 75 at least (y)
 

RedRebel

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Telecom69!
;) Your mathematics are rite on!! I put that line in when I joined several years back. Ive been messing around with computers for quite some time. I started on Texas instruments TI-99, the longer i stay involved the dummer I get. I am no fan of Sir william and windows. He could of written a great operating system YEARS ago but that would of mean't he could't milk the ppubic and I do mean pubic out of millions of dollars buying this bloatware. Hows the idea of your Entertainment center crashing in the midst a champioship game, or a Rock concert or a Great movie. That's where we or headed my friend. Thanks for the help. Have down loaded ace Utils. Have a great Day!
 
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