I agree do a system restore first, go back to a restore point when everything was working. There is a box that you can check to see all your restore points. If you can not do a sysrem restore, as a last resort do a system recovery from you disk that should have a partition D that you can use to put your computer back to the factory settings.To do a System Restore just click on control panel and if not allready click on classic view and locate Backup and restore center, double click on the icon and then click Repair Windows using system restore. Any problems just post back the people here are great to help. I don't know if System File Checker is able to help here perhaps someone else has the answer to that question.Hi all!!
In a miguided attempt to grab some more drive space, I deleted %SystemDrive%\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepositor. Now vista won't recognise most of my usb devices.
Will System File Checker be able to help me?
I'm running a pre-installed version of Home Premium so I don't have a dvd to do a repair install.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!!!!