Question about Gateway MT3705 Notebook
My dad bought me a Gateway Notebook MT3705 last summer, and I'm starting to get the famous "blue screen of death". It shuts down my computer, and then when I turn it back on, gives me two choices: System Repair, or Start Windows Normally. No matter which I pick, the computer "loads windows files" and then restarts. And so the circle continues.
My brother suggested getting my recovery discs from Gateway, but I'm not sure what to do because it was bought refurbished from Tiger Direct, and didn't come with the discs. How do I go about this?
If the computer has the same version of xp on it that the disk has,Just restart in safe mode,Select safe mode with command prompt,When it get to the command prompt,Put the xp disk in and type
This command will immediately initiate the Windows File Protection service to scan all protected files and verify their integrity, replacing any files with which it finds a problem.
Windows XP keeps a cache (copy) of these essential files at the following location:
But it still may ask for the disk.
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