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    Can't find C:\I386 ???

    Are you asking if it's an OEM or what-not? If so, yes. It should be there. Which is why I'm asking if there's a place to download these files.
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    Can't find C:\I386 ???

    So I want to reinstall XP on my other computer. It has one to many viruses and whatnot on it to operate in a manner that doesn't drive me crazy. However, I don't know where my install disk is. So I turned to the internet. And I found this tutorial: How to Create a Bootable Windows XP Setup...
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    Two Questions..

    Thank you both, SO VERY MUCH! @Trouble: The program was actually called EasyTune6, which is irrelevant, I know, but, still, thank you for the advice. You both are lifesavers, in a sense :P
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    How to start a System Restore in Safe Mode with a Command Prompt

    @ Satlgrass: My problem was within my BIOS. I couldn't get past the "Starting Windows" screen, enter Safe Mode, or the option you mentioned. Only could enter Safe Mode with Command Prompt, thanks to an overclocking program. But thank you for the advice anyhow :) @BrettM: Thank you, hope it...
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    Two Questions..

    Ok, first question is: When I first installed Windows 7, a buddy of mine had me install this program. It had a steering wheel as a logo, it had a "cars goes fast" theme altogether and it was supposed to help me keep my computer running at its best. It told me what the temp. of my computer was...
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    How to start a System Restore in Safe Mode with a Command Prompt

    Nevermind. When I attempted to enter "%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe" it wouldn't work. but messing around with is, I was able to find that just entering "rstrui.exe" worked just fine. Hope this helps someone in the future.
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    How to start a System Restore in Safe Mode with a Command Prompt

    Ok, so I've searched and searched and cannot find the "code" to enter into a Command line in order to start a System Restore. I am running Windows 7, and I have found the How-to for an XP user... Don't link me that How-to, because it doesn't work. But I do appreciate any help. Thank you.
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