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Computer Will Not Boot Up windows/system32/config/system file missing


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THERE IS another approach but it requires another working XP computer and the making of another RC Cd with added files from the working computer.
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Yes I guess this is something we can possibly try but how will this procedure affect the working computer?
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So I've tried to go back to RC and input the commands but now it seems whichever command I type I get the message, "the system cannot find the file specified" and I tried with the bak extension and I still receive the same message, so I don't know what to do.
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Well NOT for each model.
As you will see that the link I sent covers a range of models.

I think an enquiry with that company and probably with Gateway may answer the question
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