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How to solve Missing Operation System
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Dear all, does anybody tell me each steps of process that how to format the computer with USB or DVD. I am suffering from this problem. I am trying to fix it by different way (safemood, repair window, use command,..) but no progress at all. I use the window 7 files through USB. I tried many time from different dimensions based on my raw-mind using different reference from internet. BUT NO PROGRESS. please guide me if somebody know how to solve it. thank you.
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Re: How to solve Missing Operation System
If you like Windows XP and prefer to use this as the operating system, you can ignore all this complicated mess we describe here, and just install a new copy. If you want to have a multi-boot scenario, or dual boot with XP and other systems that are installed on the same machine, the same applies. At this point, remove the boot-from media sources that are able to have and use the Windows XP installation disk or any 3rd-party software that has the ability to partition and format. Configuring your HDD to whatever you do. If you want XP and Vista, and / or Windows 7 on the hard drive itself, you need a separate partition for each system. Only the rules are very important here: Install the old system before, and before the new system. Follow this and you'll be fine. Do not follow this, and you get what you have now.
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