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Old December 9, 2012, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by dandelioneater View Post
You should be able to put in the windows 7 disk and do a repair scan. It should clean up your issues. Just make sure you are booting from the dvd-drive.

edit1: Something funny is going on here. LOL. You don't know what you are running on your PC atm?

edit2: is your windows dvd an upgrade version? Dunno if that would cause a problem though. Its the same files.
I have no idea which version of Windows 7 I'm running. :D I lost the original disk soon after I installed it. :(

I updated my last post btw with the error message I am receiving.
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