Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
You XP install CD would of course be the best option if you have the CD; but you can boot to any XP or Windows 2000 install disk and select R for the repair console. When you do, it will put you to a command prompt where you can log into the WINNT or WINDOWS directory as your administrative user and run chkdsk /r...this may fix the file.
If this doesn't work, you will need to use an XP CD of the same version as your system and run a reinstall/ repair to replace the missing or corrupted system files. It should not wipe the drive and your files will stay there, but you may have to reinstall your applications.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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