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Windows 7 won't boot [closed]

windows wont boot 0xc000014c windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing or corrupt

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I managed to boot the Puppy from the USB and I saved up my files. I was unable to get the Win x32 recovery iso download completely. The download is getting failed when I reach 70 or so %. Trying with a download manager for the fourth time.


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If not succeeded let me know and I will search for another DL link.
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Okay, download is completed and I made it bootable usuing Rufus.


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I installed IDM on the computer and downloaded it.


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Fine :)

Boot machine using USB and access the command prompt. Run there
chkdsk c: /r

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Shall I let it do the revcovery and repair? It is showing the error found is Windows Boot manager.


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Allow the repairs to be done.
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Thanks a lot. The computer is running perfect! That nasty registry file is the culprit, and the repair disc has done it's job.


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That's not all :)

Download FRST and post it report. I will do a general checkup :)
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Sure, wait a minute. Scan's in progress.


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Fine, post when ready :)
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Hi Bob :)

 

Still with me?


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User returned


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