Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
Try rebooting the system.
If possible, use the BIOS to boot through the CD.
If that works, the Windows Vista Installation screen would come up, and then you would have the repair install option. IF not:
Before windows loads, press F8 and load the system on Safe Mode.
Then, try to load the windows setup CD and try the repair install option.
If none of that works, perhaps your windows defender is on, preventing the system from using protected files.
If that is the case, go to Control Panel > Windows Defender > Disable.
Don't forget to put it back on once finished.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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