Re: Windows failed to start.
- From: NeedHelp101 <NeedHelp101@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 13:50:13 -0700
After you install ubuntu, what critical files would we have to edit and where?
On Jun 6, 6:51 am, mknies <gu...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:.
This is the first time I am using the forum.
Could you help me?
My computer was working properly,then I had a power problem, my
computer turned off and turned on again.Now my windows doesn't open.
When I try to open I receive this message:
Windows failed to start.
Info:Windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing
Please help me to fix it without losing my files.I have a restore cd,
but I dont want to use it, because I can't lose my files.The cd doesnt
has the choice to repair windows.Just restore it.
I am using Windows vista premium and my computer is Aspire E380 (Acer)
It has C: and D: partition, but I dont know if it is 32 or 64
I already use all steps in F8 screen, safe mode....last
configuration...anything didn't work.
Please help me!!
Hey everyone, I am having the exact same problem. The "Repair"
option usually fixes things, but i would like to know what is causing
the registry file to corrupt or go missing. Being able to solve that
particular problem would help tremendously as this error happens about
every other time i shut down my computer.
Hand built system:
SATA 1Tb main drive (partitioned)
IDE 250Gb secondary drive
Thank you all in advance!
( - Don't get upset when I say this:)
get a copy of some Linux system ( Ubuntu, etc)
boot your PC from that; this way you can recover critical files
stored on your PC..
Save Windows XP
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