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Urgent! W2K restore question

Posted on 2006-07-19
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
Hey there,

I'm using the system recovery disk for my HP Brio and have discovered
part way through that I don't have the device driver disk the recovery disk
is asking for...if I shut down, and then locate the disk for next reboot, will
I kill this machine?

Question by:headbump
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Maybe scramble data on the drive, but should not hurt the computer itself.
If you have no data/settings you are trying to save, it should be OK to cancel the install and do it again later.

Any way to skip this device, and add it after you finish the install?

Author Comment

ID: 17145368
We're going to shut it down hope for the best...will repost to update.

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Expert Comment

ID: 17151544
Thank you much.    : )

<crossing fingers>   : )

Author Comment

ID: 17153657
Yeah, it worked out was not a problem to shut down.

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Expert Comment

ID: 17158731
Excellent news.   : )

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