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\system32\ntoskrnl.exe toshiba portege m-205 tablet pc with no cd rom, how can i reinstall the file

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I assume the pc does not boot to windows without this file.
You can reinstall windows. However, this will likely remove your data in the process.

If you can get into the BIOS, see if it can boot from the network or a USB drive. If so you can download something based on Linux that you can so boot and that is able to read/write to NTFS partitions.

The easiest way to replace this file for someone with little or no experience in these matters is to remove the hard drive from the tablet & hook it up to an IDE/SATA to USB adapter. Then plug it into a desktop.USB Port and it will be seen by the host PC as an add on hard drive.

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