What is system recovery?


I recently had a virus, three at one time, and I had to go to the internet and do the virus scan and eliminate the viruses as it had disabled my ability to run Norton SystemWorks, I could not run any programs or even run the virus scan from the CD. By the time I eliminated them with FixSwen.exe and changed it to FixSwen.cmd: information obtained from your website, I had by the lost a few files and now I am getting some errors.

I thought I would restore Windows XP Pro with the CD program. But when I run it, it comes to a point that it tells me that it can not access the Boot.INI file. Is there anyway to fix this error without having to do a complete Windows installation?

Claude Chepil


This question was answered on November 20, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Claude if the Boot.INI file can not be access then regardless of anything you are going to have to do a complete fresh installation But before you do try a system recovery if you cannot recover it then re-installing is your only option

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 20, 2003