help format problem..

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  1. go_gamez

    go_gamez New Member

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    You will need to install Win 98 first on any one of your drives.... and then try to format other drive(s).

    And in future, do not simply delete system files. Instead format your drives.

    By the way, whom are you Quoting? :)
     
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    Boot from the XP cd and format the drives which u need to
     
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    Or use Ranish Partion Manager to format drives. it boots from a floppy disk ans is easy to use!
     
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    Every time I boot up my computer i see the cmos time lagging the actual time.I adjust the clock every time but it is invain.The clock still lags.
     
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    Hi Friends,
    Plz help me.Every time I boot up my computer I see the cmos time lagging the actual time.I adjust the clock every time but it is invain.The clock still lags.
     
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    hello spider




    spider u need to change yor CMOS Battery
     
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    Ya ,
    Since u refer it as old PC , the CMOS battery may lose its life.just get it , it costs very little and replace it , then my suggestion is to reformat bth C and D and ins tall whatever u want .
     
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    simple.
    Goto any of ur frnds home who is having XP on his PC and connect ur HDD with his PC.

    Format the drives u want from his PC and backup all ur data in CDs or in his PC...

    ur PC is now fresh..
    u can install anything u want from scracth..and will not show 3 systems again ok?

    whenever u simply deletes without formating..it doesn't remove the boot record so at boot time it will hsow u the system installed.but when it tries to boot the sys, it cant find the files..

    so do format whenever u want to remove OS from ur PC.

    Regards.
     
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