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I deleted some files (I do not know which) from my windows directory and now
I can not add or remove win 98 components from control panel.
I get blank window when I click on window setup tab.
Any help?
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Go to start run and type msinfo32 then go to tools then system file checker and select to scan for altered files  this should reinstall whatever files are missing you will need your win98 cd-rom
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Thank you very much.
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your welcome :)
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