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Windows system 32 driver

Posted on 2006-07-21
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The sfc checker for Windows 98SE tells me the file has been deleted and
needs to be restored, This may be the reason why my rebooting is taking two
minutes to complete.

Is there any way to get back the drivers

 I have accidentally deleted this file earlier this month which may account for my problems of having a slow reboot

Thanks
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Question by:rmallach
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I don't know which file(s) you mean but if System File Checker says it must be restored, you put your Win98SE CD in the drive and ask SFC to restore it.

Point it to D:\Win98 (D: being your CD drive) or browse the CD to locate the correct folder (but SFC can do that for you).

After retoring reboot and test.

Zee
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or tell us which file you need.
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It may be too obvious, but have you emptied your recycle bin since accidentally deleting the file earlier in the month?
If not, then you can restore the file from there.
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