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windows32\config\system corrupt

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Had a corrupt conifg registry so i changed the boot sequence so i could use the xp cd to reinstall windows xp. I get about half way through the reinstallation and it says that its missing igfxcfg.exe for Intel graphic media. The file can not be found and if i attempt to continue reinistallation with out the file it freezes. When i turn the computer off and back on the process picks back up in the same spot asking me to find the missing file in order to proceed. Any helpe would be greatly appreciated.
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Hello. DriversGuide has that file. This appears to be an integrated video adapter. I would recommend you research the Intel website and see if the have the video drivers for download. You will need to know which video chipset you have installed, or at least the motherboard.
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