Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
There are 2 solutions to your problem-->
1-->FORMAT your PC with the XP prof. Disc NOTE:- This will delete all the data on the drive(in which you have installed XP earlier) How to format
2-->REPAIR your PC with the XP prof. Disc NOTE:- This won't delete anything...But it will slow the speed of PC
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Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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