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System 32 Corrupt

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I originally started with a System 32 Corrupt file while trying to load my XP OS. One of the guys here at work thought he knew what he was doing and so he attepted to reload that file from an XP hard disk and was successful, but now xp looks like it wants to load up but instead gives me an error stating an invalid password. My system is a Toshiba 1135.

Please help........

Hans :tazz:

Edited by hssolo, 27 July 2005 - 01:23 PM.

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think we need to know what you mean by system32 corrupt file...system32 is a folder....I hope he did not copy the entire folder from another computer to your computer.....tell me he didn;t do that...please.
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