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any help on where the ntfs file is on the recovery cd ?
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in theory...it would be in a folder called i386
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yes you are correct ! now just copy it to the hard drive & try to boot again or
is there something else that needs to be done ?

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let's try just copying that over and see what happens
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ok it started to boot with the windows then:


stop: c0000218 {registry file failure}
the registry cannot load the hive(file):
or it's log or alternate
it is corrupt,absent or not writable.
\systemroot\system32\config\software

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any thoughts on this new portion of the problem gentlemen

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http://support.micro...om/?kbid=830084 <--give that a read...
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Ok got as far as :

chkdsk /p
chkdsk /r
(there were bad sectors repaired)
then back to setup "r"
seemed like all went smooth

BUT windows now loads but hangs at the LOGO screen & seems to be locked

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Having followed thru with the steps in the prior responses, we have gotten as far as XP
botting to the logo screen but it now hangs and will not reboot with ctrl-alt-del or by pressing the power
button, you to unplug the processor.. any ideas on where we are at ?

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:tazz:

Please any help on this logo screen stuck after all the prior steps ?

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