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Error Message

by will423 / April 22, 2004 6:23 PM PDT

This error message appeared today when I started up my PC. It reads
INF FILE D:\CONTENT\WIN9X\WIN ME\WME RESUME. INF

Can anyone tell me in plain speak how to remove/repair this message. It has happened in the past but I forget how to fix it. Also my PC will not allow me to set up a systems restore point. I am running Windows ME.

Thanks in advance

Will

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Re:Error Message
by bazhad / April 23, 2004 1:55 AM PDT
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The best thing you can do is replace Windows Me with Windows XP. There are too many problems with Windows ME

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Re:Error Message
by Mystcal1 / April 23, 2004 2:57 AM PDT
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If you do a complete format/recovery; the error message will go away and the systems restore will work again.

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Re:Error Message
by Coryphaeus / April 23, 2004 3:28 AM PDT
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Other than the two above messages, have you tried to repair Windows?

Click Start, Run, type in sfc Let Windows try to repain any corrupt files.

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