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yes im booting from tha CD... I just dont want to erase my HDD >_< I just want to fix the windows/system32/config/system file that is corrupt or missing D:
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ok at the first blue menu i chose #1 and then again #1 (for Adaptec) after that, I did a quick scan and everything seems fine no errors or corrupted parts were found
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Well, if hardware checks out, then your Windows installation must be seriously corrupted.
If you have Windows CD, run repair: http://www.geekstogo...ws-XP-t138.html
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But I cant run the CD... =/ It says that blue screen error I said before... and why this error came up T__T? I wasnt doing anything dangerous, Im usually on my msn, check some sport sites, keep my laptop on (cuz I use it as a wireless adapter for my xbox360) and some forums... I have Eset NOD32 3.0... Malware Bytes... Tune up 2009.. Ccleaner and use Firefox D:...

Edited by CDZoro, 25 August 2009 - 08:23 PM.

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You ran memtest, and HD diagnostic...
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yes i did, no errors found or something weird D: I guess my only choice is to get a way to extract all my stuff into another HDD =/ and buy another HDD for my lap
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Well, your hard drive seems to be fine...
What I'm saying, since you're able to boot from memtest, and HD diagnostic CDs, you should be able to boot from Windows CD to run repair.
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the windows cd boots, but after it says Windows is setting up.. the blue screen error appears saying that error.... about pci.sys I mean im not that noob on PCs I've repaired PCs before, but never seen something like this before :S


EDIT: Ok, a friend will lend me a Windows XP Original CD :0 I'll see if that CD works for me =)

Thanks a lot for the help Broni =D I'll post if this CD worked and if your guide worked =)

Edited by CDZoro, 25 August 2009 - 08:58 PM.

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What service pack do you have installed on your laptop, and what Windows CD are you using? Straight XP CD, or XP CD with some SP slipstreamed?
You know, those have to match. SP on your computer, and SP on a CD.
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I have Windows XP Home SP2 My friend told me that his Windows XP CD has SP2 :3
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Is it also XP Home CD?
Look at the content of that CD on working computer.
If SP2 is included, you should see WIN51IP.SP2 file there.
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yea its the one you're saying.. my friend just came and gave me the CD... BTW o_o... It worked perfectly... but I made a huge mistake D: on "Enter Load Identifier: ____ " I accidentaly pressed Enter before typing >_<! How can I go up to type Windows XP Home Edition x___x?

EDIT: ok, nevermind XD I repeated the steps.. Im just nervous when using cmd XD

Edited by CDZoro, 25 August 2009 - 09:34 PM.

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I keep my fingers crossed :)
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It didnt work :)
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What exactly happened?
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