Repair W2K Without a CD?

Discussion in 'Windows OS's' started by brush3287, Jan 2, 2009.

  1. brush3287

    brush3287 Geek Trainee

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    Hi all,
    I've got an IBM Kiosk PC here that is running Win2K. The PC is not supported by anyone & it runs a touch screen application for patients to announce their arrival at the surgery. The process is not exactly taxing.
    However, there is a problem related to the roaming profiles installed by our clinical system provider. When the PC boots a registry error message is shown. If I try to run regedit to investigate & correct this error, regedit starts to run then quitely unloads itself.
    I want to do a repair so I can take things further but can't find a W2K CD to do this.
    Anyone know if I can do a repair with out a CD or if not where I might get a CD from?
  2. Net Jockey

    Net Jockey Geek Trainee

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    I don't think it is possible to do a repair without a CD.

    As far as getting a CD is concerned...If you have enough memory... minimum 512 preferably 1 GB an XP OS will work.

    But before you go that route you might be better off getting a new machine.

    What are the specs on this unit?

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