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Do not select the administrators group (Has an icon with two heads). What is the thumbs.db file and can I remove it Password is Not Saved in Outlook Express or Outlook in Windows XP Allow Viewing of Attachments in Outlook Express 6 How There are bootable Linux based utilities that can help but be very careful! If you had the knowledge you could possibly rewrite the HAL required for Windows to run, overwriting the damaged area. http://isusaa.org/windows-system32/windows-xp-registry-recovery.php

In this folder are registry hive files which you need to recover your system: _registry_user_.default _registry_machine_security _registry_machine_software _registry_machine_system _registry_machine_sam D. Bob Reply lakonst Nov 12, 2013 @ 08:34:26 Excellent information Bob! Fixed my problem. Reply lakonst Oct 26, 2013 @ 06:59:03 Try (if you can) to replace your CD-drive or to write Hiren's CD image to another disk.

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Now you should be back at your original configuration with all the applications, settings and updates that were in effect at the time reflected by the selected Restore Point. C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG>copy C:\windows\repair\system system C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG>copy C:\windows\repair\software software C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG>copy C:\windows\repair\security security C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG>copy C:\windows\repair\sam sam C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG>copy C:\windows\repair\default default Now we should have good (albeit somewhat generic) registry files back in place. Your computer will restart. pls help!!!

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