|"I am unable to resume the installation "|
That's what happens when you don't get all the way through Setup with the Repair installtion, or if you quit Setup for any reason.
The procedure terii pointed to works well if you get one of the errors mentioned with a Windows installation that was working previously, but you may not be able to do that with an interrupted Repair installtion - it wipes out some of the Registry information and re-builds it - most of that is done during the SECOND stage of Setup - that may not have been finished.
Even if it does work, it sets everything to basics - you WILL have to re-install Programs, Windows Updates, drivers, re-set personal settings, but other things such as saved email, documents, music, movies etc. will still be there. Because of that, if you can do a Repair installation, it's always the better choice to try.