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Press the enter key 9. Your hard drive may be having issues. amith kp 86,172 views 1:22 How To Use F8 for Safe Mode to Fix Problems with Programs and Drivers in Windows - Duration: 9:18. Use the arrow keys to select the appropriate Safe mode option, and then press ENTER. 4. http://upxpress.net/windows-system32/windows-system32-config-system-file-is-missing-or-corrupt.php

Fix #1: Restore corrupted registry via Easy Recovery Essentials Easy Recovery Essentials can fix many errors such as this automatically using its built-in Automated Repair option. OTHERWISE YOU'LL END UP WRITING OVER SOMETHING YOU REALLY DON'T WANT TO!!! Please help I don't want to lose important information and I will make sure I keep it back up from now on!! This step will only work if you have System Restore turned on 2. Source

Windows System32 Config System Fix Without Cd

From the System Restore window click on the Restore to a Previous Restore Point option and restore your pc to a previous restore point.

Home | About | THANK YOU, SEAN View all 9 comments Report tindoin- Dec 22, 2008 at 12:26 PM ok for most of you it seem that you do not understand the windows repair console However, it is important that you replace all five registry hives. For many XP desktops, the CD/DVD to install Windows was never delivered by the dealer; otherwise, the disk might have been long lost.

  1. Report gulshan› don2 - Feb 24, 2010 at 12:28 AM my computer error c:\\windows\system32\config\system is corrupt press r to repair this file please tell me solution for this msg Report chris-
  2. If this is the case here with your hard drive, you should be aware that the hard drive needs to be replaced. __________________ AustrAlien Google is my friend.
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  4. I will let you know the results of it.
  5. Rather than the Linux method I hooked the hard drive up to another XP PC and copied the required files across.

    Once again many thanks!

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