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  • Then continue with the Step 4 from current tutorial). When the "Hiren’s BootCD” menu appears on your screen, use your keyboard arrows keys to move into the “Mini Windows Xp” option and then press "ENTER" Step 4: Restore the corrupted http://thetechvoice.com/windows-system32/corrupted-registry-windows-xp.html

    Report alvaradf- Apr 19, 2010 09:03PM Worked like a charm Report huggie- May 30, 2010 02:34PM i am having the same problem, what do I do when it asks to choose Working... Reply lakonst Jan 22, 2014 @ 10:14:07 Yes, i think your disk is damaged. To solve the above errors follow the process below: Step 1. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/307545

    Windows System32 Config System Missing Or Corrupt Fix

    I might also Add I do not have the disk did download what was said above though


  • Upgrade also produces the same result as the Repair Install. See screenshot Image KB Q312369 Check the link below for an option for recovering from a non-boot event. http://www.tomjepson.co.uk/fix-missingcorrupt-system-file-in-windows-xp-without-recovery-cd/ Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

    If your computer doesn't boot again: 2. Windows System32 Config System Windows 7 Try to load Windows again. Good luck! amith kp 79,487 views 1:22 System Restore using Windows XP recovery console - Duration: 7:28. 247 Techie 301,086 views 7:28 Repair A Corrupt Harddisk (Really-works) - Duration: 4:00.


    Windows failed to open the RAMDISK image. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-22815-windows-system32-config-system-is-corrupt You may need to use them after the in-place upgrade is complete. Windows System32 Config System Missing Or Corrupt Fix Thank you. Windows System32 Config System Fix Without Cd Open “System Volume Information” and inside it you should find another folder with a name like this: e.g “_restore{1GSJJKxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx…)”. *

  • The other way is to boot the system with the Windows XP Installation CD. If you get files not found during the copying stage. Log in or register to post comments Submitted by v.laurie on 28. Log in or register to post comments Submitted by MidnightCowboy on 14.

    If some programs don't work it's really as simple as reinstalling them At the C:\Windows> Command Prompt type the following CD C:\system~1\_resto~1 5. Can I use a USB/ Flash Drive as a substitute to CD?
    Help please.