Fortunately, there are ways to repair Windows XP without a disc.
Perform a system restore. …
- Click Start
- Go to All Programs
- Find the Accessories folder
- Go to System Tools
- Find the System Restore item
- At the Welcome to System Restore welcome screen, make sure the “Restore my computer to an earlier time” option is selected
- Click Next
- At the Select a Restore Point screen, select the date you want to restore your computer from the “1. On this calendar, click a bold date” area.Dates that are colored from the calendar (in blue) mean that at least 1 restore point is available for that date
- Select one of the available restore points from the selected date from the “2. On this list, click a restore point.” area
- Click Next
- At the Confirm Restore Point Selection screen, click Next
- Wait for the software to restore your Windows XP to the previous date you selected
- Your computer will restart
- Once Windows XP boots, login as an administrator again
- At the Restoration Complete screen, click OK
Perform a system recovery. …
Restart the system using the last known good configuration. …
To load the last known good configuration in Windows 2000 or XP, reboot the computer and upon startup, repeatedly press the F8 Key. This action should bring up the “Windows Advanced Options Menu” as shown below. Use your arrow keys to move to “Last Known Good Configuration” and press your Enter key.
Restore a backup from the Windows Registry. …
To restore the registry in Windows XP, follow these steps:
- Open the Registry Editor: type
regeditat Run and click OK
- Go to the File menu and click Import
- At the Import Registry File window, browse to locate the backup file (on the Desktop, if you saved it there)
- Select the file and click Open
- Once the import process is complete, restart your computer and log in back on your Windows XP computer
Clean the registry to get rid of bad and obsolete entries.
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