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Windows xp media ctr 05

I downloaded windows install cleanup, as i had old programs that the add remove feature in control panel would not remove.after downloading and running, i can not open any programs, files, download anything from the internet.
i am pretty sure i have deleted some command or structure that has me pretty much locked out. i know i was stupid to run the program, but is ther anyway to fix this. by the way, tried to run the recovery disks from toshiba,but it wont even start them from the cd.
sont get on me to hard, but thanks for any help you can give me

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Try to default the settings of your cleanup.

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