Windows bootup corrupted system.

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Plasticpaper

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I turned on my PC running Windows XP SP2 and Windows doesn't bootup it
gives me a blanked Dos error message this is what it saids,

'' Windows could not start because the folowing file is missing or corrupt:

\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM

1. You can attempt to repair this file by starting Windows Setup using the orginal Setup CD-ROM.
Select 'r' at the first screen to start repair".

I restart my computer and I put in my Operating System that came with my computer manufactor to reinstall windows I put the disc in the drive.

2. Computer Message : '' Boot from this CD Pressed and button on keyboard"

So I did what it ask me to suppose to do...

It comes right back to the message I started from the beginning.

I don't know what to do now. Luckily I backup my files recently now my Computer is corrupted with a missing file I guess.

Now I cannot login to Windows.

I need to use my computer to access my CCD Camera since it doesn't work with my
Mac using Image Capture. (Don't want to use < Virtual PC on my Mac).

Can anyone out there helped me greatly apreacheated. :confused:
 
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