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System32 crash in Windows XP

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Hello all, i have a problem maybe someone can help me with. My computer has gone through a system32 crash. I have tried to get back in and do a system restore as well as trying to start in safe mode. Nothing works and my computer freezes everytime it tries to boot. Does anyone know if there is anyway to back up some of my files before having to reformat the drive? I cannot go anywhere right now, so any help would be appreciated. My computer is a Toshiba laptop with Windows XP home edition SP2. Thank you for any help.
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Hey there Davidmilford26, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

I have noticed that you have posted double, will everyone please reply here to avoid confusion:

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