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Old June 9th 21, 10:23 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general
Robert in CA
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Default O.T. Missing Folder/files


The F8 worked to the extent of adding the Repair Your Computer
option to the list but it doesn't work. I've tried it twice now and each
time it gives me a black screen Instead of the System Recovery Options
and select the Keyboard Layout and scroll down to the Dell Factory Image
Restore according to the link you gave. It doesn't do any of that.

I suggest we use the Rescue CD and the fix boot problem to restore
the #3 hd back to the way it was so that it boots 'normally'. Then I will
repeat your instructions and perhaps this time it will work so that we can
achieve a clean hd and hopefully return to the ultimate goal of creating (1)
clone from the 1TB and then put the 2TB inside the 8500 and box the 1TB.

1) Boot the Windows 7 on that hard drive.
2) Open Administrator Command Prompt
reagentc /info
reagentc /enable
3) Reboot, pressing F8 and see if the top item is
now the "Repair Your Computer" thing or not.

Also if it's operational or not (no black screen).

Robert


 




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