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No boot sector or incorrect disc could be a simple matter of the bios is pointing to the wrong partition. Check the first boot order is drive C. If this is XP you will have a system disc so if all else fails, start again.
I would lay money on the disc being damaged ! if you have access to another computer with a cd burner in it try to make a copy of your operating disc and then try to install it again. Sometimes when the disc is scratched and you make a copy of it due to the oversampling, it will correct the bad spot. The product key code will of course be the same as on the old disc. I would not make copies to share with others as this is of course illegal but to back up your own operations disc this is permissible. You may also try to clean your cd rom with a good quality disc cleaner as this may also help.
you have to re install the copy of the file missing, if you do not re install this file. you wont be able to install windows. you need to re install this file to avoid this messages, you a have a windows installation disc have a copy install to your pc
Most dell machines do no come with dvd rewriting as standard. They only come with cd rewriting capability. Unless you specifically requested it as an add on to the spec it probably just has the ability to pay dvd's.
Most internet cafe's will have a machine with a dvd rewriter if you really need to copy a dvd
Yes, you will need a fresh copy of a OS/boot your machine with cd in tray and follow instructions/then place recov cd in tray/go to my computer and right click/cd and explore/look for drivers and install alon with any onther software you need
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