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Any Ideas how to solve this?
All input is much appreciated.
PS: just got an idea myself. Is there a way to just re-install the files for the activation wizard?
I would recommend running the "chkdsk \r" command at the dos prompt. this will often repair a lot of file and or boot errors. Just leave off the quotes.
chkdsk = Check disk for errors
\r = Automatically attempt to repair the errors found
other wise it will just report the errors.
Lesson learned: take good care of your product codes/registration keys and keep them in a safe place. I printed out the mail from M$ with the product key and put a copy into the case of my PC as well as into my bank safe.