Using SFC without a cd disk?

  bof:) 09:44 29 Jun 07
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Hi all, is it possible to use sfc on winXP home without the windows disk?

Why I ask is because in an ongoing posting for a riend some of his 'Services' have become disabled, will sfc reset them?

He says he has never had an XP disk or as far as he's aware a restore disk.

I believe there is a restore option in a seperate D drive.

Thankyou,

Mike

  rawprawn 09:47 29 Jun 07

click here
Scroll down for instructions

  birdface 09:50 29 Jun 07

Sometime's it will run without Xp home disc,If your friend can borrow a proper Windows XP home disc from a friend .They should be able to use that.

  Mac70 10:02 29 Jun 07

You dont need the CD if you have a Recovery Partition on the hard drive. If you have that you wont be prompted for the CD.

  bof:) 12:24 30 Jun 07

Hi all, thanks folks , hopefully I'll be able to try this with them later tonight.

many thanks for the help,

Mike

  Graham. 14:22 30 Jun 07

As in rawprawns link, see if there is an I386 folder. If there is, you may have to move it so it is C:\I386.

Then amend the SourcePath to read C:
If there is no SourcePath, you will have to add it.

  Graham. 18:08 30 Jun 07

... SourcePath to read C:\

  bof:) 13:00 04 Jul 07

Hi all, friend ran SFC nothing was found.

This is part of an ongoing string of postings to get rid of Micro System Billing which has been done with the help of the good people of this site.

many thanks for the help its greatly appreciated.

Mike

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