Longhorn Transformer...

  • Ragnar78
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hy,
I started my PC today, and was stunned seeing that my beloved sister has installed Longhorn Trasformation 6.0 (or something of akind...

i can remove it...including this nagging side bar...(no remove option in the control panel)

So i asked her how the installation happened...she told me that windows gave here a warning that some files have changed and and and (i guess its the usual message given when core files are affected and windows ask specificaly to reinstall original files: had this message before)...

Does anyone knows anything about this and how to remove it?
Should i install a clean version of windows?
I'm using XP pro...(yes its the laptop for work :? :evil: )

(please dont tell me to protect it with paswords, i learned my lesson the hard way :( )
  • JrzyCrim
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Ouch! I've heard nothing but nasty things about that transformation pack.

Do you have system restore enabled? Rolling back to a previous restore point may fix it.

If system restore doesn't help, you could do a repair install of windows. That will leave your installed applications intact but you will have to reinstall your windows hotfixes and updates.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hummm...
Then i guess...i have to reinstall everything...

Its ok for the pathes and fixes, i have DSL connection it should take 2 hours max (including reboots)...DAMN IT....

thx again fo rthe help
  • DuckIT
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Siblings eh!
  • Freakyp
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Post 3+ Months Ago

lol... speaking of simblings I have one that clicks every popup thinking its real, then runs up to me telling me... " I won... I won", but oh well :wink:
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Well Windows XP comes with the Windows File Protection (Protects your core system files from being overwriten) If they were overwriten you can use your XP cd to repair them.

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