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Depends on a few things.
One is trying to save what you have.
Two is trying to either repair or replace the software that you have. Step one might be to get or have someone make a live linux cd or other type of bootable cd to get your info off. You can use a network to copy much of it off to another machine that has a shared folder. Step two is not that easy. Call Dell and see if they can ship you a disk that can either restore it to OEM state or a disk that can be used to recover the system. If no to either then you need to consider -repairing the current OS, using some type of bootable cd that has repair tools. It may be possible to use a common XP cd to repair. Be warned that you can loose the OEM data if you are not sure how to use a repair. -using a Barts' PE based cd to create the recover disk. -Find someone with the correct cd's and change the numbers to fit your sticker.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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