boot error + unable to use repair console/reformat

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nikolai262

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btw i am on x64

Ok i guess you have all heard this many times before but any way i start my pc ect but it does not boot as it says,

Windows\System32\Config\System Corrupt or Missing

This is the first time this as ever happened to me and i cannot start my pc not even in safe mode ect. i have not installed any new programs and or hardware all i did was hold the power button to turn it off when it crashed in a css game. So any way i do as it says and insert the system disk and try to use the recovery console. In which it firstly asks which windows would i like to log onto.

1 C:windows....ect

which windows would you like to log onto
(press esc to cancel)

i type 1 to select my windows and press enter to select it at which point i get a dreaded blue screen of doom page fault in non paged area and have to shut down my pc to avoid damage ect

so i try many different ways of repairing it all to no avail so i finally decided to reformat but when i go through all this process ie accept license with f8 and press enter to install new windows, it says searching for previous versions of windows i think this is just before it shows you what you have partitioned on your hard drive and the same blue screen comes up crashing my pc and stopping me reformatting???

i can see no way round this and have tried using the latest bios/ sata drivers everything so if any one can help me i would be much obliged thank you :D

(i have a 64 bit athlon system on an av8 abit mobo and a sata hd)
 
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