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Screens no longer fit in the window. They did at one time. House is brick. It appears the brick comes up too close to bottom of window. Some windows have a slight bow in them where they meet the brick. I suspect they were not installed correctly when house was built 12 years ago. Do windows have to be replaced?

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You have posted this question in a help forum for computers.
I think you need to find a home improvement forum.

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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  Give exacting circumstances (e.g. timing after the BIOS and Windows screens came up) and descriptions of the error messages, and people can help out, especially if you go create a new problem under your exact PC model, and try to suss out the problem by googling for 'Port 00 error' and your model.  

As it is it sounds like Windows found bits of itself missing (as moving vans can cause sectors to go bad on HDs) and vainly hoped you would have the Windows 98 or XP install CD handy to fix things.  It is probably time to install a new hard drive and appropriate OS of your choice, and copy info over from the old drive before labeling and packing that thing for spare use.

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