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Old 04-12-2006, 11:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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To whom it may concern,

I need your urgent help as soon as possible. I am trying to fix my copmuter that got infected witha a virus, the follwing file is missing

c:\windows\system32\config\system

however when i try to copy the file from my CD into the Hardrive I get an ACcess Denied Key...WTF do I do????


Thank you very much,

Dr. Robothead,
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run sfc /scannow

this will check the integrity of your system files and replace if need be.
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i dont have a command prompt i cant
run sfc/scannow
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run it from start | run
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i only hve the Windowx XP recovery and i dont want to format my hardrive.
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...My computer can not load Windows, it was infected by a virus and I only have my OS disc to work with.
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this is gonna be a pain in the rear

you coul duse the expand command to deflate the appropiate files from your cd to that directory.

i'd prolly try repairing my installation first though
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if you hard drive have important data,then copy to the other disk apart
from the system disk in dos system ,after that format your system disk and reload your windows xp,that's it,
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