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Recovering A Corrupt Registry File

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#1 Kyohe


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Posted 17 January 2005 - 11:23 PM

Ok here's the deal. Recently my computer has been crashing alot, BSODing and such. So last night it did the usual BSOD, but unfortunately this time on bootup it said the "c:\windows\system32\config\system" was corrupt. So I got out my windows XP cd and fired up the recovery console, unfortunately I didn't have any recent Recovery Points, so I had to just stick in the "system" file from "c:\windows\repair\system". I got it back into windows, but as you can imagine having the original system registry coupled with my recent software registry leaves the computer fairly crippled. I still have the old system file, saved as system.bak, So the question, is there any way to repair this file and put my computer back the way it used to be? Thanks for any help.

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