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Hi there,thanks for this.I wish I'd have just left it alone now.I got the cd copied.My brothers monitor connection is different to mine and he's going out so I can't do it now.I've written the instructions out and I'll take my computer back to my house and try it.I'm praying that this will work because if it doesn't I don't know what I'll do.Thanks so much for your help.I'll reply as soon as I can get to a computer(hopefully my own,soon)Thanks.
Hi there,I'm trying to get this going.I've got to the windows repair mode by pressing r then I ve pressed 1 and enter but it's not giving me the option to enter administrator password.It's just saying what windows installation would you like to log on to?What should I enter here?Just to let you know,what I've actually done is disabled the "everyone" account.Your help would be much appreciated.P.s I can get a loan of my friends windows xp disc if that will help?Thankyou.
Hi there,when I typed in cd erdnt and it seemed tp recognise that command but says it can't find the file or directory.Is there anything else I can do here except reinstalling windows?I got a windows xp home edition cd from a friend but it's xp pro on my system.Please help as I need my computer and the stuff I've got on it.Thankyou.
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