Missing in XP boot manager

The fundamental question is this.  I have a "netbook" with XP Home on it.  However, this laptop doesn't have a CD drive.  How can I restore my computer?  I need the file to be restored for the most part, I can boot from my USB, using an external drive or flash drive.

Computers more recent, including netbooks, have a recovery partition on the hard drive that allows you to re - install the system as long as purchaser.  It usually involves a key just as the computer begins to start.  Each manufacturer has their own procedures to achieve this.  I recommend you to go to your computer manufacturer's website and clicking on the 'Support' link to find specific instructions to your machine.

HTH,
JW

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    Can you start / restart your laptop properly?

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    {color: #ff6600} I try to recovery for my Toshiba laptop using the recovery disk but second disc gives me error en {color} :_| {color: #ff6600} and right gives this message: {color}
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    {color: #0000ff} Boot Manager is missing or damaged. {color}
    {color: #0000ff}
    Repair action: repair of files {color}
    {color: #0000ff}
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    Hello

    It would be interesting now what model phone you have and what OS you are using.

    Normally, if you get Toshiba Recovery disk, you must start on the first disc and the installation, you need to insert the second disk.
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    Is the promotion of "No. Matter What Guarantee" "covering this type of flaws?
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    I said that I am a Romanian citizen and I have already implemented for promotion in the specified time interval.

    It seems that the first recovery disk is not created properly because you got an error message.
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    Hello!

    Have you tried with the disk recovery Toshiba or a disk of Microsoft?
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    I m do not know what is the problem, but in your case, I would like to format the HARD drive. You can do this with the Microsoft disk or with special tools like the Drive Fitness Test (http://www.hitachigst.com/hdd/support/download.htm#DFT).

    Delete all partitions and then do a low level format. Then try again to install Windows.

    Give me a reason why this has happened.

    Good bye

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    Looks like the Boot Manager is damaged
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    Did you create a recovery disk in the past?
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    MS advice on the conduct of clean install.

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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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