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This is weird! Helpful +7 Report DseanD 2Posts Thursday December 18, 2008Registration date December 18, 2008 Last seen Dec 18, 2008 08:33PM I have the same issue here. WDC_WD2500JS-22NCB1_WD-WMANK3753414_2012-09-06.txt 9.33KB 11 downloads Back to top #7 AustrAlien AustrAlien Inquisitor BC Advisor 6,772 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cowra NSW Australia Local time:08:22 AM Posted 06 September 2012 - 02:55 AM To be clear, this is a viral C:\system volume information\_restore{etc… .exe. http://pdctoday.com/windows-system32/windows-xp-system-file-missing-error.php

Shut down the computer, removing the LIVE CD.Does your Windows XP system start normally now?================A successful outcome ...Windows XP freezes at Mup.s...----------------------------------Another successful outcome ...C:\windows\system32\config\system file is missing or corrupt http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic440009.html I know system 32 folder acts up, but maybe if I enter directly into the config folder by some shortcut I could probably do this. Make Google your friend too. I get the same boot error; "STOP: c0000218 {Registry File Failure}The registry cannot load the hive {file}:\SystemRoot\System32\config\SOFTWARE or its log or alternative. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/307545

Windows System32 Config System File Missing Or Corrupt Solution

You probably do not have a computer capable of booting from the USB drive. In this instance i don't think there is any other choice but to try get hold of the CD. 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!

  • The following path is an example of a folder path to the Snapshot folder: C:\System Volume Information\_restore{D86480E3-73EF-47BC-A0EB-A81BE6EE3ED8}\RP1\Snapshot 10.
  • It did give some warnings , while loading ..some restoration files are corrupt.
  • How did this happen?
  • Here is an example of the Windows Advanced Boot options menu, with the "Last Known Good Configuration" option selected: Last Known Good Configuration Boot screen Fix #2: Check the disk file
  • Note The procedure described in this section assumes that you are running your computer with the FAT32 file system.
  • This worked perfectly :))))
    Big thanks from france !