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Windows unable to find hard drives

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After a normal windows shutdown, the next time I tried to start computer, I got error message that Windows\windows 32\config\system file either missing or corrupted. I attempted to repair windows with original Windows XP home CD, but get error message that no hard drives are detected and setup cannot continue. Drives are OK and check out with diagnostics. Restore and safe mode didn't help.Help would be much appreciated.

Edited by swcarpenter, 14 August 2005 - 04:47 PM.

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