Missing protected files

  addwon 11:27 13 Jan 06
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Scannow indicates I have missing protected files and asks for O.S. disc,how do I install these missing files on a permanent basis,or do I have to insert disc at each boot up ( xp 2) please keep any replys simple

  Skyver 11:47 13 Jan 06
  mattyc_92 11:47 13 Jan 06

Boot into Windows.......

Click the "Start" button and select "Run"

Type in "sfc /scannow" (without quotation marks)
and press Enter... You will need your Windows Installation disk for this.

NOTE: there is a space after "sfc" but before "/", which MUST be included in this run command.

  addwon 12:15 13 Jan 06

mattyc 92
This is exactly what I am doing,but when I shut down windows and then re-boot and run sfc /scannow again, it again asks for the disc as the files are not there. It seems as though they are not being saved. I should add that the system has just had to have the hard drive wiped and re-installed by a third party.

  mattyc_92 12:48 13 Jan 06

It is asking for the disk as it wants to copy the files from the disk onto the system. So if there is a file missing, it will be on the disk or if a file is corrupt, it can be overwritten.

It will ALWAYS ask for the Windows XP installation disk, when running this command.

  ade.h 17:31 13 Jan 06

click here Follow this advice to avoid the need for the CD.

  ade.h 17:34 13 Jan 06

Copy the i386 folder from your CD to the root of the C: partition.

Run regedit and find this strand:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsCurrentVersion\Setup

Look for this entry:

SourcePath

Change its value from the CD drive to:

C:
Job done.

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