\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM corrupted + system frozen



As some others, I’ve got, at startup, the message regarding the
\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM being missing or corrupted, which
prevents my Win XP SP2 to boot.
The system suggests to fix the problem with the original CD, making
use of the recovery procedure. Since I do have the CD, after having
modified the boot sequence, I let the system to boot from the CD. The
system starts, writes smth like "inspecting your system" on a dark
background and brings me to a blue screen with the only text line
"Windows Setup" and nothing more, plus the system is frozen (except
for the ctrl-alt-del sequence to reboot the system itself).
Any idea on how to solve the problem?
Thanks a lot

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