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I have a custom built computer running windows XP Pro and it comes up with a error called system could not boot because a file is missing or curropt windows/system32/vgaoem.fon and i tried repair but

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i have tried a windows repair but doesnt give me the option for repair so i went into the recovery console and tried doing a chkdsk /r/p and still no repair option and was wondering if there is anything else to try beside doing a backup erase and reload.  Thanks
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thank you for the helpful information and now it says missing system32 file so now i hoe to run the windows repair and fix this file
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