12 Jan 2010

SOLUSI SYSTEM32

Starting System Restore Tool from Command Prompt
1.. Start your computer to Safe Mode with Command Prompt.
2.. At the command prompt, type: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe and then press ENTER.
3.. Follow the instructions on the screen to begin restoring your computer to a previous, functional state.

Hi,
try to do a system restore to ix the problem.
>start
>all programs
>accessories
>system tools
>system restore
choose a date when the problem was not yet encountered



At the Recovery Console command prompt, type the following lines, pressing ENTER after you type each line:
md tmp
copy c:windowssystem32configsystem c:windowstmpsystem.bak
copy c:windowssystem32configsoftware c:windowstmpsoftware.bak
copy c:windowssystem32configsam c:windowstmpsam.bak
copy c:windowssystem32configsecurity c:windowstmpsecurity.bak
copy c:windowssystem32configdefault c:windowstmpdefault.bak

delete c:windowssystem32configsystem
delete c:windowssystem32configsoftware
delete c:windowssystem32configsam
delete c:windowssystem32configsecurity
delete c:windowssystem32configdefault

copy c:windowsrepairsystem c:windowssystem32configsystem
copy c:windowsrepairsoftware c:windowssystem32configsoftware
copy c:windowsrepairsam c:windowssystem32configsam
copy c:windowsrepairsecurity c:windowssystem32configsecurity
copy c:windowsrepairdefault c:windowssystem32configdefault

Type exit to quit Recovery Console. Your computer will restart

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