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Main system problem

Can you tell me how to re-start the main system?
we beem losing some programs or datas from the system?

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  • preferredlim Jan 16, 2009

    the company lost some programs and some lines are not working and what we basically need is to program the system again but we don't know how to do it?
    do we need to have any special tools to do it?

  • preferredlim Jan 17, 2009

    where can i find that cd or what is the e-mail address where i can downloaded?

  • preferredlim Jan 22, 2009

    no we don't have the originall cd so we can download the system with no problem?

  • Vanja Djuric
    Vanja Djuric May 11, 2010

    you want to format your PC, or reinstall the whole system?
    you can reinstal the system without losing any data, but your programs, and games will be lost... or you can format, and install a new system, and have your PC right on start, yust the way you bought it...
    p.s. you will lose all of your drivers in both ways...



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You just need a bootable CD, that is a CD with the operating system you want to install, or reinstall... and while starting your system, press f8, or delete i think, select boot from CD... and te new instalation will begin... folow the instructions, and there will be no problems... in one moment you will be asked if you want to format your hard disc... if you select YES you will lose everithing on it... so you shoul burn important stuff to a CD..
note: there is a big possibility that you will lose your data anyway, so burn them...

you can buy a bootable CD/DVD.. or you can download it, illegaly, or legaly... that is your choice... but that is all you need, and offcourse, you will need new drivers... Sound, Video......

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

  • Vanja Djuric
    Vanja Djuric Jan 17, 2009

    well you can buy it... i'm not sure where... now, are you using a licenced OS, and what OS do you want to have? you can also make your own bootable CD

    see HERE or HERE

    do you have the originall CD of the OS ( operating system ) that you are using now?

  • Vanja Djuric
    Vanja Djuric Jan 26, 2009

    you only have to have the key for this system... a "crack"... you should be able to find the new system in any "illegal" CD shops...



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