How to recover booting window

By jregypt98
Aug 25, 2009
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  1. Hello everyone,
    Your help is badly needed on this problem.Can anyone share their ideas on how to recover my booting window.This is the further explanation of my previous message.
    The operating system pre-installed on my desktop was XP pro installed in C drive and was found that it cannot received update nor service pack and other genuine window software like IE8.It was a pirated copy.Try to uninstall but message needs original original partition.And suggestion was to use start-up disk.My drive D(secondary) has the XP home upgraded from win98SE.The reason to uninstall xpPro is to gain more storage space.
    The uninstallation at C was succesful but cannot boot anymore xpHome.Is there any chance that I can use again my desktop.Appreciate for your help and Thanks in advance.
    Regards,
    Junior
  2. AndrestheBean

    AndrestheBean Newcomer, in training Posts: 217

    i really dont understand what you are saying,

    but you can delete everything off the hardive and just intall a fresh copy of windows,.

    and everything should work fine.
  3. Bobbye

    Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,392   +35

    Please keep your thread together. You should not have started a new thread.

    And we don't support piracy.
  4. AndrestheBean

    AndrestheBean Newcomer, in training Posts: 217

    also just a thought,

    you could download the windows 7 RC

    and install a fresh copy of that.
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