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corrupt file causing reboots

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by oryan707, Dec 29, 2012.

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  1. oryan707

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    My XP PC started rebooting in a loop, never getting into windows. I got the message: '\windows\system32\c_437.nls is corrupt...press 'r' during first screen to repair'. I did some research and I figured out how to get to windows setup and enter the recovery console.

    I lost track of where I read it but I was supposed to type: 'Copy c:\i386\c_147.nls c:\windows\system32\' at the prompt
    I did that and it said 'access denied' ?

    What else could I try at this prompt to fix this file?
     
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    You may find this article helpful. It describes what to do if you do not have a Windows CD (which most computer users today do not).
     
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