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Re: reinstalling operating system
Vista does have a very extensive driver database already, and should reinstall all of your drivers after you reinstall. If there is a driver that you need that you can not find, you can look on your computer manufacturers website or just post here what drivers you need. You will be OK :)
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Two seperate issues. You can order new disks on ebay for example but if your product key is unreadable you need to purchase a new key.
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I think the operation system is corrupted and the action to do is press the key specified on screen to get to the boot menu ..and select the recovery partition if you have one ..In this option select to total reinstall the operation system and will work after that . To engage the recovery if it does not work with the boot menu ..try to see if F11 works ..usually this key is reserved for recovery procedure alone .. If you do not have a recovery partition you will need a recovery disk and the same procedure Boot from disk and reinstall the system or ..a Boot-able disk with operation system on it to reinstall the system from scratch .. let me know if you have other issues related with this ..
This is about user password and there is no easy fix..but the procedure to get rid of it is not that complicated..Practically you have to reinstall the operation system or use the recovery partition to reinstall the OS ..and this will remove the password..reinstalling in either way will erase the C drive partition ..and if you have important data on this partition it is best to try to make a installation of the OS using the repair feature during and keep your data . or if you can not manage , just remove hard disk ..and add it to another computer running same OS..and browse for the folders in side and save them ..and reinstall after that .. you will need either the recovery partition or recovery disk or boot-able disk with the OS or a boot-able usb tool with the OS ..and the drivers for the motherboard and devices..
Hard disk needs to be reformatted--start machine and press correct key when "setup" appears in first dialog. Remove hard drive in first screen, then reinstall. Restart computer, should now say: "operating system not found". You need original Microsoft OS disk to reformat drive and reinstall ME. All previous information on hard disk will be lost with this procedure. Recovery disk is used with original OS before Ubuntu. If you don't have original MS disk, suggest going to XP.
Some way you have lost your operating system. The way to get your computer back up and running is locate your system restore disks. You can use these to reinstall your operating system. The first disk you will probably use is the OS disk itself. You can install your operating system with this disk. If you do not have the restore disks, you can either contact your computer manufacturer and request them, or you can just purchase the Operating System disk, which is kind of pricey, and reinstall the OS with that. Once you have gotten your hard drive reformatted, and your OS reinstalled, you will have to go to your manufacturer's website and download all the drivers that pertain to your specific computer.