I have a Dell dimension DIm 2400 with windows XP home edition.
When you reboot, is there an "F" you can hit and be taken to a screen that will allow you to reformat your hard drive?
F2 and F12 are there at boot time, also CTRL+F11 as described here:
How do I use the CTRL+F11 restore to factory?
What exactly are you trying to do, reformat, reload, reinstall, reset to factory, fresh install?
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Dell dimension 2400 desktop PC
I have tried to repair my .net Framework with no success. When I try to uninstall, it does not complete. It says it cannot find the installation source.
If I try to install, I get error message that there was a problem incurred and it sends an error report then does not complete setup.
So I figured if I reformat and start all over again that Frame work get reloaded with errors.
This whole problem started because I downloaded Windows Live One Care. After installation, you cannot open One Care to run tune-ups or defrag or backup.
Run the .net remover utility from here .net removal tool . Please visit the following link for further details. http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/2005/04/08/406671.aspx
Thanks so much for your help.
Your removal is the best!