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Corrupt or missing file error messages

by smponz / January 21, 2006 3:37 AM PST

I was using the Disk Cleanup tool and ventured into the Windows Components. Apparently I have deleted most of my Cursor files. I went into change the features for the cursor and after selecting "pointer" tab I have numerous error messsages pop up one at a time. How do I restore or find these files? Is there a tool that will automatically do this(yes I'm dreaming but had to ask)?

System info:

XPPro SP2, XP came on the NB and I installed SP2 with a update disk from MS. I use Windows update on a regular schedule so everything should be up to date.


I did some searching regarding this issue and came across SFC/scannow but the instructions all seem pretty vague to me.

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Try
by Kono Kusotare / January 21, 2006 3:43 AM PST

a system restore to a point before your problem occured.

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Already tried a sysem restore.
by smponz / January 21, 2006 6:13 AM PST
In reply to: Try

I omitted the fact that I had already tried a system restore. Any other ideas?

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Perhaps a
by Kono Kusotare / January 21, 2006 9:35 AM PST

repair installation is in order.

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smidiponzio...maybe give this a try..
by Carol~ Moderator / January 21, 2006 12:38 PM PST
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Thank You for the Fix!!
by smponz / January 22, 2006 2:33 AM PST

Carol,

Give yourself a big "Air Hug" from me. I unzipped the cursor file and I'm happy. This was by far the easiest and fasted fix that I have found.


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(NT) (NT) Glad it helped! See.. a dream come true. :D
by Carol~ Moderator / January 22, 2006 2:48 AM PST
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