windows/system32/config repair failed...


T

Txl

Hello all,

I had the windows/system32/config problem following a BSOD so I
followed KB307545, I go a bit further because now i have the XP logo
at boot with the sliding bar at the bottom but after 10-12 seconds the
boot stops and i get an error message with a BSOD that says

STOP 0x0000007B (0xBACCB524,0xC0000034,0x00000000,0x00000000)

My XP CD xon't let me access the repair console, when I finish the
boot sequence on the CD I can only select to install in C and not
repair using the R key.

Is there a way to make a bootable CD that would go straight to the
repair console or into "dos mode" ? Can I get the "6 floppies" on a CD
(my laptop has no floppy...)

Thanks for the help
 
L

Lvdarkwolf

Only once have i been able to repair something like this, and even then it
was so unstable it was only useful for getting my files off before i
reformatted and reinstalled the OS. As soon as you fix the config file
another file will complain and so on until your pretty much trying to restore
the entire boot system. Best bet is to take your drive to another computer
get all the data you want off of it and then reformat and reinstall.
 
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T

Txl

Only once have i been able to repair something like this, and even then it
was so unstable it was only useful for getting my files off before i
reformatted and reinstalled the OS.    As soon as you fix the config file
another file will complain and so on until your pretty much trying to restore
the entire boot system.  Best bet is to take your drive to another computer
get all the data you want off of it and then reformat and reinstall.
Ok, thanks for the not so good news...

I'm fighting my way back to life on this system, I'm almost done but
now after reinstallaing Xp over itself (and hopefully not losing all
my programs) I have a domain access problem, upon the first log in of
the new system i get an error message saying that my domain was not
reachable, of course I don't use ANY domain, just a workgroup which is
not configured at this time...

Any idea on what to do about this ?

Thanks a lot
 
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T

Txl

Try changing the name of the workgroup and rebooting.
Wel the only problem is that i can't log into windows so i can't
change anything and reboot :(

I'm trying to get into the registry with a live windows cd and do some
cvhanges from there.

thanks for the help
 

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