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I've lost most of the contents of my MS System Information Program 4.10.222!? The only thing that shows is "Software Uptates" with some items under it in the left pane & two lines of info in the right pane!? I also noticed the Tool button has also gone missing on the Toolbar!? How do I get it back to the way it was? I use Windows 98 on a 400 PII with 128 RAM
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reboot and hold down the ctrl key and select command prompt only ,at C: type C:\scanreg/restore and select a copy of the reg before this happened.....
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Thanks trekie1 your answer fixed the problem!
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glad to help.....James
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