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ini boot sector issue reinstall windows but don't format hdd save files in windows.old and then do install when windows is installed copy all documents from windows.old to windows and delete windows.old
1. boot your PC or laptop from the Windows XP CD (To do this, insert the Windows XP CD into your CD drive or DVD drive, and then restart your computer). 2. You will see "Press any key to boot from CD" displayed on the screen, at this point press any key to start the computer from the Windows XP CD. 3. You will see the Welcome to Setup screen, press ENTER to start Windows XP Setup. 4. Read and agree to the Microsoft Software License Terms, and then press F8. 5. Follow the instructions to select and format the c: partition where you want to reinstall Windows XP. 6. Follow the remander of the instructions on the screen to complete Windows XP Setup 7. Reinstall any drivers which are required. 8. Reinstall any software programs which you need. 9. copy your data back to the drive.
try "conexant" audio device... or reinstall another xp windows, I had the same trouble with my presario 6111ea and I just change the xp with another one (www.isohunt.com) it was working smoothly! I didnt reinstalled any driver and automatically every worked!
you need to have the windows XP installation disc. your going to want to back up all files onto some other drive (e.g. usb) and then reinstall the files. this will delete everything off of your computer so thats why everything must be backed up. if you dont have the installation disc, let me know and i can get you the files another way
That was a dodgy job, the licence for windows XP installed by this guy is not genuine and can get you in troubles with Windows updates. If you have a valid Windows XP licence (check the sticker at the base of your laptop), you should reinstall XP home using the licence number on the sticker. If you do not have a licence, well I cannot talk here...
Regarding the sound, that is not a big problem, you just need to download and reinstall the drivers for your laptop.
Post a new question on Fixya, giving details on your laptop make and model, you will get the link to download for drivers.