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Two errors: corrupt file and 0xC2


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gumby701

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i just formatted my computer a month or two ago...so about the only thing on there are two games that i copied the cd to the hard drive directly...oh well, how would I be able to save them anyway, I cant boot windows...
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If you can't boot Windows, it might be difficult to save them. Do you have another hard drive to copy the files to?
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OMG.. Im not the only one...im getting the exact samething goin on..

I fixing my cousing puter and when i first turn it on i get
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WINDOWS COULD NOT START BECAUSE THE FOLLOWING FILE IS MISSING OR CORRUPT:

WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM

So i go to do a rebuild of the boot sequence like i have done b4 on other puters but now i get a BSOD..
when i go into the recovery it goes well untill i have to choose the installation part.. ie 1. C:\Windows..
I press 1 and enter and get the BSOD and when i try to do a reinstall over the top I get the same thing

stating

BAD_POOL_CALLER

with 0x000000C2, 0xC229C000, 0x00000043

I ran memtest for like 1hr and windows memtest for like 3hrs and nothin.. i also did a harddrive test using western digital software and nothin..

PLEASE SOME1 Help me
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I fixed it!
It didnt like my windows disk, so i dwnloaded a set of boot floppies

I think i had/have a virus

...now to fix the bugs in my system
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