System Restore does not
reinstall Windows - it restores your system to an earlier point in time. If you can access System Restore chose a point prior to 'uninstalling' IE7. How to restore Windows XP to a previous state Windows XP System Restore Is Easy to Use
If, as you say ....
Nither i can access any of my software ....
can you start the computer in Safe Mode? ....
To use the F8 key to start Windows XP in Safe mode |
Restart the computer.
Some computers have a progress bar that refers to the word BIOS. Others may not let you know what is happening.
As soon as the BIOS loads, begin tapping the F8 key on your keyboard. Do so until the Windows Advanced Options menu appears.
If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard error" message. If this happens, restart the computer and try again.
Using the arrow keys on the keyboard, select Safe mode and then press Enter.
If so .... How to start the System Restore tool by using the safe mode option with the Command prompt in Windows XP
To be honest you have totally fouled up your system
When you delete a file only the reference to it in the file system is removed - the file remains on the hard drive, but the space occupied by it is marked as available for writing. This means that any continued activity on the computer which involves writing data to disk can overwrite the file. Once overwritten it cannot be undeleted.
Is there any method where i can install trial version of Window XP sp2 or sp3?
There is no such thing as a trial version of XP -that OS is no longer available. The only time when trial versions are available from MS
is when a new version of an OS is close to completion. Then a time limited Release Candidate is made available to the public, essentially for testing by a multitude of users to iron out any bugs. Once the OS becomes available retail there is no free lunch
Without a copy of XP you are almost up the creek without a paddle.
The only possibility is to borrow a copy of XP of the same service pack level as yours - SP2
and make a Repair install
using your COA number. A Repair install does not affect your data or installed programs, but, as always, a current backup of your important data should be maintained in case disaster strikes.
BTW - when you get the computer up and running normally you must install SP3
- as of the middle of July SP3
is a requirement for accessing Windows Update and obtaining the latest security patches and fixes.