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The all knowing Microsoft Knowledgebase Is telling me I can repair this using an originall XP disk. What do you do when you have a manufactuer installed OS and no disks?
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Manufacturer installs are usually OEM and therefore limited to one install. You could call MS and plead your case, but most likely you are out of luck.
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