Earlier today I wrote this here [url]click here[/url]Anyway, I ticked as solved, but Ive just turned my computer off and the same thing happened again, and I had to do a system restore again.Any Ideas how to solve this?Thanks
If you have an original OS disc, or can borrow one, you could try a repair!
Hmm, dunno how my response got in front of the question ???
May I please borrow your Tardis, promise I'll let you have it back "before" you lend it to me.:0)looks like a repair install is requiredortype sfc /scannow in the run box let windows find and replace missing or corrupt system files.
"Hmm, dunno how my response got in front of the question ???"Technotiger, it's a forum bug. Similar to click here & click here - FE has been informed. G
He He He ... nice one!
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