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Okay, sorry for taking so long.
This is where I downloaded the diagnostic tool.

http://support.wdc.c...s...=30&lang=en

I ran the Quick Test and it said No Errors Found.
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I suggest, you run full test.
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Full test still gave me the same answer. No Errors Found.
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Did you try to boot the computer right now?
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Yes. I am still getting the same message.
Windows\System32\Config\System is corrupt or missing
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Unfortunately, I'd say you're going to backup your data (slave the drive, or use HD enclosure) and reinstall.
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Would you know any good tutorials on doing it?
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How to slave hard drive: http://www.dtidata.c...ave-hard-drive/
USB hard drive enclosure is pretty self-explanatory, once you buy it (~$20).
Fab's AutoBackup: http://www.fpnet.fr/...ection=software is pretty good tool to automate backing up most of your data.
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Would this mean I would be losing everything on my computer?
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Since you have "Restore CD Model T2682 for Emachine", then yes. That's why, you have to back everything up.
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Since you have "Restore CD Model T2682 for Emachine", then yes. That's why, you have to back everything up.
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All righty. Thanx for the help.
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You're welcome :)
Post back, when you're back in business :)
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