Question about HP Pavilion TX2000Z 12.1" TOUCH-SCREEN NOTEBOOK LAPTOP PC
You can solve this problem in easy way:
if you have same disk which you have in your system installed then:
insert that disk (OS disk or recovery disk) dvd/cd drive
then go to start>Run then type in
"sfc /scannow" without quotes and hit enter
it takes couple of minutes to reset back your all settings and it does not deletes any files or folders which you have, it just updates as it was in first time.
once it done then reboot your system and you will be good to go.
Note: there is Space between "sfc and /" so if you don't hit space then it won't let you to go.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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