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Old 06-30-2004, 08:55 PM   #1
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Default Cannot run repair with XP home CD

I am trying to run a repair on XP Home with the CD. The operating system is having problems with TCP/IP. It says it is not loaded. But when you go to My Network Places it is. But you highlight it and try to uninstall it and it will not go away. ! month ago it was working fine. So now I want to run a repair on it with the XP CD (same one I installed with) and it only shows that it can run a repair via repair console. It doesn't give you the usual hit R to run repair option. If I highlight the partition and hit enter to install XP the nextr window says that XP cannot recognize the partition that was selected. Could this be caused by "go-Back"??? Any ideas? If I take the hard drive and make it a slave in another computer, the drive cannot be seen. It is as if the drive was not even connected. Any ideas?

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Old 07-03-2004, 06:23 AM   #2
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I had this, sometimes it cannot repair it.

Best idea is to uninstall your Network and Internet Protocols from the Application Manager and then Windows Items; then Reinstall it.

See how that goes.
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