Reset up my operating system using a picture of a windows XP

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I made an attempt to reset up my operating system using a picture of a windows XP disk that I had downloaded and affixed. I started my personal computer but then it asked me for some update packages but this was after it loaded.

Having no idea about all this, I abandoned the operation. Now the computer just starts up and inquires from me whether I would wish to install windows XP and to this extent, there’s no other operation that I can carry out.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #109481

Reset up my operating system using a picture of a windows XP

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Hi John,

The software that you downloaded is maybe the update on your Windows Operating System. Kindly update the packages of your existing programs. You can visit Microsoft on the internet for more updates.

After the installation try to observe if your Operating System Improves especially on synchronizing files, if you notice that your computer became slow after the installation try to re-install your Operating Systems to make it normal.

Be careful on the download, because most of the programs on it contains virus or spyware that may lag your computer or cause a threat on your files.

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Mylene White  

Answered By 10 points N/A #109482

Reset up my operating system using a picture of a windows XP

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First thing you can do is to first of all run your computer in Safe mode and then you need to check that where the problem is. You can find the problem and then you will be able to solve that problem.

If you are even not able to run your window in safe mode then you need to install a new window and it will solve your problem. In case your windows directory is damaged then you can repair it also from this menu.

To do so you need to press F8 key several times when you are booting to your system and you need to select the system recovery option in this case. It will repair your windows files and will be able to see your window properly. I am sure that you will be able to solve your problem.

Michal Joran.

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