TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All Writers Newsletters Forums Resource Library Tech Pro How To Repair Corrupted Windows Xp Without Cd I never really comment on sites, but this information really helped. When i right click the Hirens.bootcd.15.2 it doesn't have the option to burn it, so i did it manually.
I use my computer with XP on it for a backup. C:\Windows\System32\config If you've received the message below when trying to boot into windows then it's more than likely that something has happened to corrupt the file or it's missing from the To remove a registry entry, select that entry and click the Remove Entry button. Windows Could Not Start Because The Following File Is Missing Or Corrupt No Cd Pre-Fix Checklist Make sure you have enabled viewing hidden & system files: Start>Control Panel>Appearance and Personalisation>Folder Options Make sure you have your Windows OS disk, or ISO image on USB.
C drive was 28% fragmented. Open the System Volume Information folder. A large xrf system was connected with the pc so I copied the config files from a backup to this folder and the SYSTEM + SAM + SECURITY + SOFTWARE had http://jactionscripters.com/windows-system32/windows-xp-blue-screen-startup-registry-error.php Then, the existing registry is deleted, and replaced with a clean copy from the C:\Windows\Repair folder.
Windows failed to open the RAMDISK image. Report roy- Dec 22, 2009 06:29AM how do you disconnect hard drives cables Helpful +1 Report wagam Aug 20, 2009 11:59PM the possible way to incorrect the missing file is to How did this happen? I used a usb but it was no good plz help!!!
Will not read repair desk. Please help. We didn’t lie: these categories are true of most problems. You now need to find a restore point folder, which always start with "RP".
Let’s look at a few different ways of restoring your registry backup following a number of different scenarios. 1. Duplicate Keys: Not an issue. How to fix the SYSTEM file without the Windows XP Recovery Disc To summarize, my solution aims to get round this problem by: Creating a bootable version of Linux on a USB This should fix all registry-related boot errors, assuming the last registry backup is available and is good condition.
Could you advise me? Nothing works. Willing to get on some sort of Chat if needed too. I followed a number of advice in using the original CD to solve this problem but to no avail.
Helpful +1 Report Covey May 3, 2009 09:27PM \windows\system32\config\file missing or corrupt (something to that effect) I had this problem. Is there another "snapshot" elsewhere? Insert the Windows XP startup disk into the floppy disk drive, or insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then restart the computer. I HOPE I NEVER HAVE TO RETURN, BUT IF I DO NEED HELP THIS IS WHERE I WILL COME.