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  • Margaret
    Re: to restore the file ... guarentee ... of ... the
    Message 1 of 1 , May 31, 2001
      Re: to restore the file


      > I got this from another List - I'm computer-challenged and cannot
      guarentee
      > that it will work.
      >
      >
      > Subject: to restore the file
      >
      >
      > It seems some of you might have deleted the file: here's how to restore:
      > Best-Miriam Margolyes Santa Monica, now in Tuscany.
      >
      > << Have I done any harm to my system by deleting a file from the command
      > part of Windows? >>
      >
      > Well, certainly you are not going to restore long file names in the
      > situation where SULFNBK.EXE is used but I don't think I would lose a lot
      of
      > sleep over that. Still, it would be better to have it back. To restore
      > the SULFNBK.EXE file if using Win 98, 98SE or ME, proceed as follows:
      >
      > Choose RUN from the Start menu and type on the Run line the following text
      > and then press ENTER:
      >
      > SFC.EXE
      >
      > This will run the System File Checker. There are two ways to run the
      > System File Checker. The default is to "Scan for altered files". In this
      > case select the other way which is "Extract one file from installation
      > disk". Type SULFNBK.EXE and then click Start. SFC should ask where to
      > obtain the file to restore and where to put it (which should already be
      > filled in as C:\windows\command). Where to get the file is either from
      the
      > original Win09 or WinMe CDROM, the Win98 folder OR if there is a copy of
      > that folder on
      > her hard-drive, then from that folder. Many computer manufacturers copy
      > the Win98 folder from the Win98 CDROM to a Windows sub-folder named:
      >
      > C:\Windows\Options\Cabs
      >
      > but not everyone uses this name.
      >
      >
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