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Posted 4/10/2009 6:26:19 AM
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I have an old Toshiba laptop that all of a
sudden crashed a while back, and when I
came to start the computer again windows xp
was gone. Dont ask how, cause I have no
clue. I took out the recovery disks that came
with the laptop, and inserted the first one, and
while it was in the process of installing xp, an
error msg appeared saying that the recovery
disk is corrupt or something similar, so i
closed the laptop, opened it again and tried to
use the CD again yet the same msg appeared.
I dont really know what to do now. I just
downloaded windows xp service pack 3 (from
another pc), and im going to need detailed,
step by step help from anyone in order to
reinstall it on my old Toshiba. Please help,

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Posted 4/10/2009 9:23:08 AM

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Welcome to A1vbcode Celia.

This isn't really a programming problem I would suggest you join BleepingComputer and post your problem in the correct forum, there are loads to choose from.

This is the best computer problem forum that I've found on the web. I joined a couple of years ago.


I've been programming with VB for 17 years. Started with VB4 16bit Pro, VB5 Pro, VB6 Pro/Enterprise and now VB3 Pro. But I'm no expert, I'm still learning.
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