I have run sfc scan now (because the startup of win xp was slower than before ( i count the 3 blue bars when xp is loading, and it was increased from 6 to 11) and asks the win xp cd. after the check, I rerun the sfc scannow, to be sure that everything is ok, but asks again for winxp cd (there is still corrupted files?). I run sfc /purgecache, then again scannow to refill the cache, and after i rerun the scannow it still asks for the xin xp cd!!! what is going on here?????
(note that i have win xp pro gr without sp2, after the installation i installed sp2. I re instaled the sp2, rerun the sfc /purgecache , then scannow, and again the scannow and still asks for the win xp cd.)
Yes, but I remember that previous scans i made, after the first sfc scan, when i made a second to check that everything was ok, the sfc didn't ask for the cd (of course it was ejected), so i thing that when sfc asks for the cd then something isn't good in the system..
The disk is fine, i have check recently and its fine! I considered the registry fix and i have already did it many times in ccleaner and has remove all issues. after all these i made the scans i wrote before.
If you're concerned that the sfc scan isn't repairing the system files, you can do a windows repair. That will replace all the system files using the XP disc. Here's a description of what it is, and how to do it. I've got a guide in there that contains screenshots of the repair. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/244555-45-performing-...