me urge to restore windows MediaPlayer are segui instrucciones el no lo instala
Hola Necesito UN restore el windows media are segui instrucciones pero una pantalla in blanco appears player there are no hay respuesta of nada, por favor ayudenme invites me
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I then click on save or install files automatically (recommended) and it does not do
How to reset the Windows Update components?
Method 5: Registry Windows Update engine files
My windows vista system is freezing. (Nothing new installed recently)
I tried to restore the system to an earlier date, but references to message windows cannot be done because the disk OS (C) contains errors.
Can I remove these disk errors. or should I just replace the drive and try again (disaster!)
Your hard drive manufacturer will have a utility bootable disk for verification.
Alternatively, you can run chkdsk from base; Computor > C: properties > tools > error checking
thought I'd post here here as having a few issues with my Windows Mail but my desktop computer suffers the same problems and on a Vista forum where I posted my problem a few very useful told me who to try to solve the problems.
One of them suddenly realized I had said my laptop is a Toshiba, and apparently the Desktop SMS and Windows Mail are not working together so that the person suggested unless I use it to uninstall apparently amongst the technically trained its known that these two programs do not like each other and explain why my office is not the problem but the laptop don't.
After you have reset the Touch of Windows Mail (tutorial on a site http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/ vista) wood don't be put off by vistax64 as site 32 and 64 and followed great reset Windows Mail from Brink (do not restore all mail) then uninstalled Desktop SMS and touch of the drink no more mail questions that gave me problems almost every day with marking than reading/sending project messages.
So had to click forward then remove those bits and complete the email to send and touch wood since doing these two things as soon as send an email to the box shipment or project to obtain the number of emails in parentheses, whereas before it wouldn't happen unless I closed the program and then reopened.
Hoping that these solutions have solved my problem and wanted to share it with someone else who wants to read this thread and you recommend Vista 64 because they are all very useful there and speak in non-technical terms for those of us not technically trained.
Thanks for this piece of information. Should be useful for some of us.
I have a 1706 error regarding a photo program pre-installed on my computer Dell in 2006.
Search on the site Web of the seller said to find a particular .msi file and run the installation program that him, but a search of my computer files shows that I do not have this file.
I searched the Internet and somewhere it was proposed to restore Windows to a previous state. But when I do that, I get a message that the restore has not been made, and no changes have been made to my computer.
I ran a registry repair, but that did not help.
I have 2 separate problems here? A Setup error AND a computer restore the question? Or are they related in some way?
You won't get any early responses constantly asking the same question (4 times in 4 minutes).
I suggested that as a first step, you use the function "UNDO" - if available - in the program that you used to do the repair 'Register' and then uninstall and throw this program. See http://chris.pirillo.com/are-registry-cleaners-safe-to-use/ , http://www.edbott.com/weblog/2005/04/why-i-don ' t-use - Registry cleaners / and http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2563254
It seems that if you attempt to uninstall (or perhaps fix) an application program. The MSI file is the Microsoft Installer file used to install the application in the first place. The same file is also used to uninstall or repair the installation. If this file was deleted a long time ago (or maybe even never present in the disk image of Dell that was used for the manufacture of your computer), System Restore won't help (don't). System Restore is not a panacea.
The usual method to solve problems in uninstalling applications is to install the application (which is to replace the missing msi file) again and then uninstall it. Unfortunately, this does not work in all situations because some applications refuse to install if the old version is still present. There are alternative methods - if uninstalling the app, that's what you try to do.
It is possible that if you explain what you are trying to accomplish, someone may be able to provide a suggestion.
To increase the probability of getting help, please provide the full text of the error message, and the name and version of the photo program. Also, please provide the version of Windows you have, including the service pack (click right my computer and select properties for this info). Because you have a Dell, provide your Number of Service Dell could also help.
I'm having problems to restore Windows XP with service 3, whenever I go to the station Windows, Windows tells me that nothing has changed. Can someone help me with this problem
Unfortunately, the implementation of MS Answers forums does not prompt for any information system when a new question is asked, so we don't know anything on your system.
Not knowing the basic informations of a problem prolongs the frustration and the agony of these issues, but that's the way they choose to turn things around here.
Thank you owners MS Answers, continue to make solving simple problems as frustrating and a lot of time as possible.
What is your system brand and model?
Describe your current antivirus and software anti malware situation: Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), McAfee, Symantec, Norton, Spybot, AVG, Avira!, Panda, Trend Micro, CA, Defender, ZoneAlarm, Comodo, PC Tools, etc.
What is the issue that you are experiencing that you think that the system restore will be remedied (or you are just convenient)? Remember that the system restore is not a time machine.
Have you ever used the system restore to restore your system in the past?
Describe exactly what happens when you try to perform a system restore and the error messages you see which indicates that it does not work (some thing besides 'it does not work").
Some tools Anti Virus 'protect' your system so that they will not allow a restore of the system work properly.
For example, if you use Norton/Symantec products, you will see a message like this:
Restoration incomplete. Your computer cannot be restored...
It is also a popular Symantec problem (well, I'll be polite and call an "undocumented feature"...), they wrote an article about it:
According to what you use for malware protection, you may need to disable the product temporarily, do the system restore and then turn the products light up again when the system restore is complete.
Sometimes you need start your system in Mode safe and so that your protection programs are not running, and then do the system restore. Tips from Microsoft in some of their articles that if the system restore does not restore your computer, start in Safe Mode, and then run the system restore. It works for some configurations.
Note that if you do a Safe Mode system restore, you will not be able to cancel it and there is no option on the System Restore screen for "Undo my last restoration" as you would if you were to restore your system from a normal startup.
Give these ideas some consideration if they apply to you.
Sometimes malicious will afflict your system restore to prevent you to find and remove malware. It would much rather you trick into thinking that you need to repair or reinstall your XP when it is not necessary.
No matter what you use for protection against malware, I do so and then only begin to solve any problems:
Download, install, update, and make at least a full scan with these free malware detection programs can solve any problems:
Malwarebytes (MMFA): http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free
SUPERAntiSpyware: (SAS): http://www.superantispyware.com/
It can be uninstalled later if you wish.
The scans by operating clean, reboot, test and we can fix any other issues.
System Restore is sometimes so afflicted or Restore Points are suspicious, the best solution is to reinstall your system restore. This will remove the old Restore Points, but sometimes it's the only way to fix a broken system restore. You don't have to reinstall XP, only the part of system restore.
That can leave you with your problem of unspecified origin that you hope the system restore will fix (using a system restore is usually not equivalent to fixing the problem though).
Windows Update will not work. I get error code 0 x 80070424. Update Windows components are configured incorrectly. How can I fix it?
'Windows Fix It' found update components need to be repaired! I can't run windows updates. I get error code 0 x 80070424. Update Windows components are configured incorrectly. How can I fix it?
- Are what 'Windows Fix It' you referring?
- You did changes to the computer before the show?
You can follow this link & check if the problem persists:
Error 0 x 80070424 occurs when you use Windows Update, Microsoft Update, or Windows Firewall
You can run the fixit available in the following link:
How to reset the Windows Update components?
To do: Important this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
322756 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/ )
How to back up and restore the registry in Windows
You can also follow this link & check if the problem persists:
I hope this helps!
After backup files and restoring Windows XP, I can't open the files backed up. The files are password on a user account. I know the password. But the message received when you try to open them is: access is denied. Drag / drop the files in 'Shared files' result in the same message. I know that the files exist, because when I open backup and browse for them, they are displayed. Is there a method to open? I have Windows XP Media Center Edition, Version 2002, Service Pack 3 update. I tried to back up the files with backup of backup, but it does not work.
I suggest you follow the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base and check.
How to capture a file or a folder in Windows XP
I hope this helps.
original title: data backup
I have an old Windows XP home pc. Not all programs/Windows utilities are available for some reason any. Where can I find the Windows backup feature? I want to save my data files.
Windows backup is not installed by default on XP Home. You can install it if you have a genuine Windows XP CD or if you download the full network for SP2 installation file: http://www.ntbackup.us/Articles/install-ntbackup-xp-home.htm
I suggest, however, that you not install NTBackup, but rather get a cloning/disk imaging application. What follows is not free, but you get what you pay for. NTBackup has some limitations (on the one hand, you cannot use NTBackup to backup to the optical media). NTBackup also is not used in Vista or Windows 7, but after much kicking and screaming, Microsoft made a utility to restore NTBackup for Vista and Win 7 for computers with these operating systems could at least read BKF files created by NTBackup.
Ghost was the gold standard for imaging software, then became much less desirable, as well as with many Symantec products. I understand that the current version is significantly improved. Of the foregoing do not all have the same feature sets, but all should do a good job of backup and restore. Some managers hard drive, such as Western Digital, do a version of one of these applications available for free if you use their readers.
Hello! I'm about out of ideas on how to resolve this, so I'll do a summary of what I changed with the machine and then further troubleshooting details on. The hp touchsmart PC portable individual I is a TM2-1079 cl, product number: WA812UA #ABA. I got it for the length of 2012, I bought it used another person about 1 year ago now specifically to play with Windows 8, before his release. Regarding materials real age, I can tell from the warranty information that it was made at the end of 2009, he stated the warranty period was from January 2010 to January 2011.
Okay, so my story with the OS change goes:
-> Bought this TM2 in early 2012, ran the recovery partition to wipe it clean from the previous use of owners and he went perfectly well, then a Windows 7 clean installation as if it were new. I had also made use of an Acronis True Image 2010 boot disk to a hard disk image of the three than other recovery partitions (although I do not understand the freshly installed windows partition 7, thought it wouldn't matter if the recovery could do it's thing right?)
-> A few days later, I loaded the second of the three Preview versions for Windows 8 above (Customer Preview build I think). Everything worked well and it doubles starting between the two without problem, as far as I know, the only real made amounted to convert the main partition that Windows 7 was installed on an extended partition and splitting of existing Windows 7 partition everything also 50-50 indoor and extended partition. She had also replaced the Boot Manager / bootloader which was there before, but once again not surprised.
-> When the build of the Preview version was released over the summer I did an update from inside windows 8 and all seemed well again. Change between builds two preview has developed a problem where I could not stop windows 8 without a handful of error boxes poping up to the top, but I'm pretty sure that was unrelated.
--> More recently about time thanksgiving, I decided to give the laptop to a family member with an archiac office who has had problems and updated factor of old general who in fact does not. This person is quite unfavorable for change so that everything "Win8-vs-what people are used" comes into play. I decided to erase the TM2 clean to the BONE it comes with. Here's where I'm stuck now:
=> Before doing anything I did a just incase, glad I did another true picture of the HARD drive.
=> I have tried F11 to load the recovery partition to see that, because of the bootloader be tampered with by Windows 8 it is really not to the HP recovery partition more while it is still on the hard drive.
=> Captures the image of hard drive since the beginning of the year with the partition recovery on it until windows 8 hit the machine, cleaned the hard drive completely, restored the disk image. I could now enter HP recovery fine but...
=> I got a dialogue mistake right off the bat, saying that the recovery partition could not install and insert me CD 1 of recovery of education software. Well I never did the dvd myself with the single use burning star when it worked so that is out and I did not buy the disks on the HP support site. At this point I'm stumped, but why the recovery partition cannot install despite the computer load up in recovering very well. For example, command prompt in the Windows PE environment is functional and all files seem to be present. Maybe some checks as the recovery partition is not pirated could have been triggered by hard drive imaging, I'm really not sure?
=> I did then used the image of HARD drive, I had just created before trying it and restored the other copy of the reader (bootloader altered Win8, Win8 version preview, win7, the inaccessible and all recovery partition). Windows 7 and 8 - RP can still start. Google a bit on the recovery partition key (F11) is dirtied by Windows 8 and came to find that I had to only salvage value as the partition "Active" so he can start. Sure, I have to start but I'm running into the same issue, where the real recovery partition loads but now refuses to start the process of restoring without HP dvd. Because I know that for some it worked months ago I guess that once more, because I ended up restoring this version of the recovery partition it may also declared himself tampered with... great.
-Online planned what to do a little and then finally just ordered the DVD from HP in December, I had specifically recovery DVD for my model and they weren't from HP directly, not second hand on ebay or another person. Wasn't really that bad, $16, very reasonable price. Should be just, legit OEM DVD to use? Nope...
=> Came the DVD. Two main recovery disks and a third for applications and drivers. Start with disk one and he says is formatting the drive how he wants (good, I love it so far), copy all the content of the three disks on the hard drive and starts his reboot and install cycle. Restarts a handful of times, you can tell that well after the copy of the content of the any disk and installing windows. You see the logo Windows 7 boot a few times and even the standard background 'prepare your things' which is similar to the Windows 7 login screen. The screen becomes certainly as far as the driver proper (and others I guess at that time here) such as changes in native resolution for LCD of the TM2 towards the end.
-Online all of a sudden on the 3rd or 4th (I think) reboot of windows setup begins for a while then said stop, it restarts and it is back in Windows PE installation of recovery again (this time from the hard drive, not the DVD) and says that it has failed to restore and offers to start over from the beginning.
This is where I am stuck. The recovery Partition died on me post-Windows 8 and the official HP recovery DVD fail to me (and curiously they you apparently miss you in all stages of restoration windows 7, well after the DVD themselves are are most read from).
> Question 1: is the "self-destruct" HP recovery partition if he gets imaged hard drive imaging software and restored? I can confirm mine worked fine and then died after after crossing Acronis True Image. Another possibility is that perhaps there is a certain ID or the tattoo of the hard disk or specific partitions that was lost when Windows 8 put his recent bootloader into the machine or lost of Acronis? It's always the hdd oem supplied with the computer, it has not been turned out.
> Question 2: are there known issues with the official recovery of Windows 7 DVD s for an end TM2 2009 1079 cl? I also know the recovery of Cyberlink software fix / preinstall disc and tried this with results that were not different in without it. That said, my machine has the version of the recovery software Cyberlink, I read something as software from 3 different companies for recovery depending on the period of time the laptop was manufactured and sold.
Reference: [ http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?cc=us&lc=en&softwareitem=pv-80183-1 ]
> Question 3: clearly asked, what now? Another thing to try or I have to go find a disc of windows 7 RTM and snatch all the zippers of all pilot? (Quite hoping to avoid this, I'm actually curious enough to really understand what happened here and that will work he answered nothing.) hehe).
Perhaps of things this way: some research led me to believe have the WLAN switch off at the beginning of the recovery causes the driver to flip out (and win7 seems indeed dropping dead during the last steps of the installation of the driver) however it is not possible it seems to activate the wireless card 'on' before that point. Switch do even when active state. As I have already mentioned the recovery of Cyberlink software patch has no effect on things. No parts have never been amended in this machine, the original hard drive, the wireless network card, modules, ram ect. I doubt that the motherboard bios / firmware has never been States machinery, update is revision F.02.
I have at my disposal:
Much time, in fact, hense why I really want to know what has happened and do not use the disc of Win7 RTM.
* disk hard recovery HP before addressed Win8 image machine.
* disk hard recovery image after Win8 and a little bug, but still bootable Win8-RP.
* The correct recovery DVD for my laptop HP-directed, ordered recently (December 2012).
* Enough confidence to play with score editing tools would it be a suggestion, never really used much outside of gparted on discs live linux however. In view of the current state of the machine there is nothing to lose much more than to risk.
Sorry for the wall of text! I love being very detailed!
I actually had, pretty much on a whim of 'eh, might as well try it' too!
So I told him earlier that it seemed obvious that most of the recovery completed well, something just kept arye until reset all cycles of the overall configuration process. Seemed as if drivers were causing a problem because the display driver had obviously just finished installing a few moments before the final restart dead-end. There was a lot of forum discussions there on different models of HP laptops, who need the wireless card to be placed in 'market' or restore might fail completely, I tried but the TM2 does not really allow you to change the WLAN State of 'off' when the operating system has already recognized (as in bios menus and windows install ", it stays just off even if you hit the switch).
I decided to try pulling the mini-pcie card out of the machine completely and from configuration on and... It worked! I had throughout a fresh Windows 7 and he even recreated my recovery partition correctly!
Check in the C:\SwSetup\ directory after the installation was made, I found all the other drivers and a folder called 'WLAN', which was empty. I guess that means if recovery is not material, then they choose even not copy the data to a certain device driver. Because it was not present, everything that's wrong with installing drivers during recovery wireless cards never crashed the recovery all!
I wonder if there isn't something wrong with the wireless card in my TM2 in all honesty. I had a problem with it along since I got a year ago in this radius of reception was terrible and if I went that areas of the room of the wifi point he was likely to win. Having said that it worked then I ignored it before. Maybe the card is gone belly up and install recovery is not just installation to recognize errors in nonlethal pilot since the WIFI network? He would fit with other peoples problems when WLAN is turned off as well at least.
As a separate note, since the new year I've updated my personal machine (a HP DV6T) for one SSD and (without erasing my old HDD), I decided to try acronis imagery on this cover of machines and other partitions under Windows 7 itself for the SSD. Of course, the same question appeared, recovery would not launch without the DVD. Apparently Acronis True Image just cannot successfully restore HP to an image of partition recovery. I don't pretend to know why but while the real partiton returns through restoration and environmental WinPE is running the effective recovery certainly does not aftering through an image .tib in the case of two separate HP machines.
(For googlers who think so), these are two of the three questions, which I came across while doing this resolved and everything that I'm going to worry.
> Windows 8 Preview mess with bootloaders, breaks recovery, I didn't figure out how to restore it.
> Do not rely on an image of hard disk from the recovery partition, even if you can restore the partition and it opens to black recovery menu window it can still fail and ask the recovery dvd. The recovery partition disk imaging is risky!
> If your HP recovery (partition or dvd, or another) dies near the end of all this and turning on/off WLAN is not helping, try ripping off the mini-pcie for the restore time card and then reinsert once you return to an operating system clean, everything worked for me! For reference, I don't know what model of wlan card that is exactly, but it's a Broadcom 802.11n adapter (HP alternative number? Not sure) SPS: 593837-001. The driver will not be C:\SwSetup\ after the installation as the dvd won't copy out but plug in ethernet, windows update finds it easy.
I bought my second hand computer and told me that windows 7 was already installed, even if the laptop computer used Windows Vista originally. However, the copy of windows 7 is currently installed is not genuine. I don't want to buy Windows 7 I'm going well with Vista.Is it possible to restore windows Vista without an installation disk?Appreciate any advice!
There are several methods to reinstall Vista.
There is no Windows Vista downloads available from Microsoft.
You can contact your computer manufacturer and ask them to send you a set of recovery disks.
They should do this for a small fee.
To reinstall Vista using their recovery disk/s, you start from the 1st recovery disk they provide and follow the manufacturer's instructions to reinstall:
You need to change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order:
How to change the Boot order in BIOS:
"How to replace Microsoft software or hardware, order service packs and replace product manuals.
This method is probably more through the installation of Windows 7:
And if you have never received a recovery disk when you bought your computer, there should be a recovery Partition on the hard drive to reinstall Vista on how you purchased your computer.
The recovery process can be started by pressing a particular combination of the key or keys at startup. (Power on / start)
Maybe it's F10, F11, Alt + F10, etc., depending on the manufacturer.
Ask them to the proper key sequence.
Some manufacturers have more available Vista recovery disks.
If this happens, you may need to try this instead:
You can also borrow and use a Microsoft Vista DVD, which contains the files for the different editions of Vista (Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate) must be installed. The product key on your computer / Laptop box determines what Edition is installed.
Other manufacturers recovery DVDs are should not be used for this purpose.
And you need to know the version of 'bit' for Vista, as 32-bit and 64-bit editions come on different DVDs
Here's how to do a clean install of Vista using a DVD of Vista from Microsoft:
"How to do a clean install and configure with a full Version of Vista '
And once the operating system is installed, go to your computer manufacturer's website and get the latest drivers for your particular model or laptop computer.
And phone Activation may be necessary when you use the above installation method.
"How to activate Vista normally and by Activation of the phone '
See you soon.
Faulty installation of update as a computer several times to send the following message: "changes in the restoration. Updates are not configured correctly "." What should I do?
You can try these steps and see if it helps.
If you are unable to boot into normal mode, you can read the following article and try the steps to run the system restore.
Step 2: When you are in normal view, you can see the history of update to discover the update has failed as a result of the article:
You can also try to download and install the stand-alone package with updates from the Microsoft Download Center.
a. to download updates from the Microsoft Download Center
b. Enter the item number in the field search and download the same.
c. double-click on the downloaded file.
d. click on run and follow the wizard to install it.
Hope this information is useful.
Where can I find all my States system restore? When I try to restore windows only displays the States from today until seven days ago.
I'm trying to find the States of up to a year ago.
system restore points are not here forever
It depends on the amount of space reserved for restoring the system restore points on how you
and as a new one is created the oldest one is deleted
There is a box to check points over 5 days which must obviously have checked back 7 days?
or 7 days a rough estimate on your part?
and here's how to change the amount of space for the restoration of the system increase or decrease to restore more or less points in the future
I believe that when I had my computer reset Windows Vista has been removed from the system due to my computer with a virus. Now, I need to know how can I do to restore Windows Vista in my system?
I need help restoring Windows Vista on my computer. Please help this is finals week and I need my computer to take my final.
Vista recovery media obtain and/or use the Partition Recovery Vista on your computer to the factory settings .
There is no Vista free download legal available.
Contact your computer manufacturer and ask them to send a recovery disk/s Vista set.
Normally, they do this for a cost of $ small.
In addition, ask them if you have a recovery Partition on your computer/laptop to restore it to factory settings.
See if a manual provided with the computer or go to the manufacturer's website, email or you can call for information on how to make a recovery.
Normally, you have to press F10 or F11 at startup to start the recovery process...
Another way I've seen on some models is press F8 and go to a list of startup options, and launch a recovery of standards of plant with it, by selecting the repair option.
Also ask them if it is possible to make the recovery disk/s since the Partition of recovery in case of hard drive failure or System Crash when you're back running.
They will tell you how to do this.
Every computer manufacturer has their own way of making recovery disk/s.
Or borrow a good Microsoft Vista DVD (not Dell, HP, etc).
A good Vista DVD contains all versions of Vista.
The product key determines which version of Vista is installed.
There are 2 disks of Vista: one for 32-bit operating system, and one for 64-bit operating system.
If install a cleaning is required with a good DVD of Vista (not HP, Dell recovery disks):
Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.
At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu
MS advice on the conduct of clean install.
A tutorial on the use of a clean install
Super Guide Windows Vista Installation
After installation > go to the website of the manufacturer of your computer/notebook > drivers and downloads Section > key in your model number > get latest Vista drivers for it > download/install them.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
Original title: how to restore Windows 7 default services
2 methods to reset Services - 1. 2 check them manually. Reinstall Windows (or go back to get out of)
the State of the check box).
1 reset Services to default values
Windows 7 Service Pack 1
2. replace or go back to out of box state.
You mean reinstall the OS completely? If you have the Windows 7 DVD you can do however
don't forget to completely backup your data off the drive, and you need to reinstall your programs. If you
don't have Windows 7 disks, you can buy them in your machine to cheap system. If you don't like
on existing programs then you can do a complete new installation - just select the format options
which erases the entire disc (This erases all data as well).
Some system manufacturers use Partitions of recovery as well as other methods to allow you to return
Back to a completely new installation. So check with your system manufacturer to see what options
you need to do - and certainly do - just a question of the process of the
Manufacturer of the system put in place for you.
How can I perform a clean Installation of Windows?
How to do a clean install with Windows 7, this wipes ALL programs and data on
How to start on the System Recovery Options in Windows 7
What are the system recovery options in Windows 7?
How to do a Custom Installation of Windows 7
How to do a clean install with a Windows 7 upgrade Version
How to do a upgrade install Inplace of Vista to Windows 7
Installation and reinstallation of Windows 7 (upgrade - store programs and data or New Installation)
which removes the)
How to do a repair installation to repair Windows 7
If you do a repair disk - this helps to repair Windows not re-install.
How to create a Windows 7 system repair disc
How to do a repair installation to repair Windows 7
I hope this helps.
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