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Demonstration Period has ended

Posted on 2003-11-19
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I loginto Windows 2000 and I get a message that my Demonstration Period has ended. I click ok and Logs me into my domain and all of my personal settings are gone like a corrupt users account . Any ideas?
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by:juliancrawford
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Try the System File Checker for starters to check for corrupt system files , put your Win2k CD in your CD-ROM and ..
Start>Run
sfc /scannow

If you dont get any results from that I would try the repair option on the Win2k CD.

If that fails then it sounds like a re-install of Win2k is needed :(
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Hate to ask the obvious question, but is this a trial version of Win2K?
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by:ocelot666
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No I tried the first method and it did not find any errors
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