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When xp doesnt boot up and tells you that "following file is mising or corrupt" just put your winxp cd in, reboot, startup recovery console and type chkdsk. This will start scandisk and after checking your drive and fixing errors you reboot and evrything should be fine. By the way try typing help in the recovery console for more commands if you want to..
last but d least call to hardware professional and reinstall new operating system..
Download The following iso listed
below. It is the latest version of the Kaspersky rescue disk. You need
to burn it to a CD with a program like Imgburn (Which is also FREE like
the iso file). Then you need to boot from the CD and run the scanner.
It should fix you right up.
download in another computer ubuntu
then burn the cd and run from it from your laptop.
do not install it just run from cd
then you will be able to see your files if they are not corrupted and copy them to a USB
A boot loader, also called a boot manager, is a small program that places the operating system (OS) of a computer into memory. When a computer is powered-up or restarted, the basic input/output system (BIOS) performs some initial tests, and then transfers control to the Master Boot Record (MBR) where the boot loader resides. Most new computers are shipped with boot loaders for some version of Microsoft Windows or the Mac OS. If a computer is to be used with Linux, a special boot loader must be installed.It also allows multiple operating systems to be booted from the same computer.
This file contains the information where the system file is located.
The message you are encountering could be due to corrupt MBR or Corrupt hard drive.
Usually CHKDSK command fix this problem but as you can boot the system you will bot be able to run the command.
You can do the sytem recovery by loading the first disk then turn your NB off. Please hold down F12 after power on then select CD/DVD drive then Windows will be loading files. Select the first options for each prompt. You will be asked for the second disk later. Plug in ac adapter since it will take around an hour. Hope this helps.
either order yourself some recovery CD's or find an xp cd and perform the installation. you're better off with the second solution so that all that bloatware (extra ridiculous software) is not installed.
Your system is corrupted, files needed to boot up windows was corrupt or it was deleted accidentally, the only solution that can correct the problem is provide installation disc(windows installer) and insert it to the CD ROM and boot your system to CD DOM and follow the the on screen instruction.
(note: installation of Operating system can lost your important files, back up the files)