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windows system32 config system is missing or corrupt

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Janie Mac

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O,K. I tried updating my graphics card. I should have just left it alone. I installed the new software, uninstalled the old software, replaced the old graphics card with the new one. When I went to boot I got the "windows system32 config system is missing or corrupt" error. I can not load any version of my system. It said to put in my repair disk. All I have is the operating system disk that it came with. I put it in and nothing happened. I don't know what to do. I'm afraid I'll lose my information on the hard drive. Do I need to take it to a repair person? I always considered myself somewhat computer savvy, I'm completely stuck on this one. Help Please!!

Edited by Janie Mac, 23 August 2010 - 07:15 AM.

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