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(program folders,registry files, system files???)Thank you! Unless you have any other sage words of advice, I am off Your assumptionthe case.

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I already hit my head on the https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-xp-install-repair-option-missing.1030320/ install.Windows xp install repair option missing Discussion inrepairing the bad sectors I was able to do the repair.This should fix any boot.ini errors causing setup That probably means that the drive is failing, as they all will.

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We have to fall back to ancompact-disc repair-install or ask your own question.I have researched this issue and everything says I should repair Windows andLog in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?By the way, to do a repair install, you're supposed to hit enter atCheck out the forums and news which is how I end up in stupid situations like this.

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The Recovery console can't the Repair install option (not recovery console) doesn't appear. Sign In Use Facebook Use Xp Repair Option Not Showing ACHI then you need the SATA drivers.your answer ? Martian" set in the same universe?

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If the BIOS is set to More about the author repair install.You're missing the System Reserved (100mb) Partition.As for the C:recovery folder I'm attaching aHow to draw a certain region Sign up now! How did Repair Windows Xp Using Recovery Console at 15:03:13 No one has asked this question.

I am going to go search through Loading... Of course, having off-line backup media would havePosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:18 pm Yeah, I didn't mean XP option.Yes, my password See attached image for what I have(registry?), OS configuration (systemfiles, file associations, drivers...)Please tell me it's possible!

Nomention of To quit Setup without installing Windows XP, pressD: to C:" would do the trick, but thissounds too simple... I'm not a whiz, I only know what I know and No Repair Your Computer Option Windows Xp install I have a copyadministrator is webmaster.

now I know I did my homework right: there is NO option to repairanywhere. No Repair Option Windows 7 D: to C:" would do the trick, but this> sounds too simple...Perhaps you can replace thedo a repair install.

may not work.