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Re: Reparaturinstallation Vista x64 oder "Rechner was ist los?"

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Old 04-05-2007
Michael Papsdorf
 

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Re: Reparaturinstallation Vista x64 oder "Rechner was ist los?"

"Mike Schneider" <n0com@gmx.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:etiqnm$rfr$03$1@news.t-online.com...
> [...] Nun wollte ich wie unter XP in ähnlich gelagerten Fällen eine
> Reparaturinstallation machen indem ich das Vista auf die selbe Partition
> installieren wollte und auf die Abfrage wartete - "Hier ist schon was,
> soll ich das mal reparieren?". Doch diese kam nicht, nur der Hinweis der
> sich für mich las wie "Ich bügel das System jetzt über und den den alten
> Kram findest du in windows.old". Na Hurra.
>
> Falls die Reparaturinstallation irgendwie möglich ist, würde ich mich über
> Hilfe freuen.
>
>[...]


Ob es das in der 64er-Version auch gibt, weiß ich net, aber die 32er
bringt beim Boot von der DVD eine Auswahl wie man installieren möchte.
Da ist relativ weit unten auf dem Schirm ne Reparaturoption versteckt.

Vielleicht hilfts ja, viel Glück!

Gruss Micha

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