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My computer says ''cannot find system32 estore strui.exe''.

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This is a system restore file that seems to be missing.
1) Start your computer to Safe Mode with Command Prompt logging on as an account with administrator rights.

2) Type %systemroot%system32 estore strui.exe and Enter at the command prompt to start the System Restore feature.


i suggest you to ignore the first step if you cannot restart.
to locate command prompt, it is at start>programs>accesories>command prompt Source(s): http://searchwincomputing.techtarget.com…

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