I was uninstalling some programs of my hard drive via the 'Add/ Remove Programs' list when I accidentally deleted the 'Intel Extreme Graphics' program, I selected 'No' I didn't want to uninstall it, but It was gone, when I looked at the list.
I restarted my computer, because of the changes, and It would not allow me to start Windows. It said that there was an error, and I could open it 'Normally' in 'Safe Mode' 'Safe Mode Command Prompt' and 'Open Windows with the last working devices' (or similar)
I tried all of these, and they all lead to a blue screen saying it had stopped to loading of windows to prevent error to the computer system, and it said it was dumping physical memory, and then said it had completed dumping physical memory.
I tried to Re-Boot my computer and start again, I followed the Manual's instructions, and when it says its checking you current Windows installation, it goes to the blue screen described above. I cant start the reinstalling XP option, but cant get passed the 'Checking current installation' part!
Has anyone had this, or no how to prevent it?
I just want to blank my computer, and start again!
PS. Please dont delete this post, there isnt realy a place to post it, and I have to get my computer operational again! This is also where most people visit the forums.
I have contacted Dell (The computer maker) and they told me to go to a useless page on their website. I will phone them tommorow if this post yields no responces!