widows wont start sys 32 corrupt

June 12, 2012 at 15:47:44
Specs: Windows XP
window wont start sys32corrupt cd rom wont work so cant use recovery disk plus dont have one safe mode wont start either can i load sys 32 off another computer onto a usb card and install it that way

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June 12, 2012 at 20:45:37
You have provided a tremendous amount of information for helpers to work with which amounts to next to worthless. In answer to your final question... no you can't

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June 12, 2012 at 23:01:26
If you are getting one of the error messages on this page....

How to recover from a corrupted registry that prevents Windows XP from starting

The BEST way of fixing your problem is to run a Repair installation of Windows procedure rather than doing the procedure in that article, but you need a working CD drive on your own computer and a suitable Windows CD to do that.

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"- If that doesn't help, you can try running a Repair installation of Windows"

If you have a SATA hard drive.....

Installing XP and SATA drive controllers, SATA drives; the SATA drive controller bios settings.
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The same applies while doing the Repair installation procedure

Otherwise, you CAN connect the hard drive to another computer that can read all the files on your drive, e.g. that has a Windows 2000 or greater installation, DO NOT boot the other computer from your hard drive, then you can do the same things as in the article. HOWEVER after those things have been done and you transfer the drive back to your computer, Windows will work again but you will have to re-install A LOT of stuff.

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