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System Care crashed my Windows


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I had the free version of System Care, then, I bought the product, but in the next scanning, it crashed my Windows XP, and I cannot access either in normal mode or secure mode, not even in the secure with net options mode. Does anyone knows how I can get Windows to work... Since it crashed, about three weeks ago, I had been using Linux, as I am now, because my computer had the two systems :-(

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Try bootable cd for instance bartpe



Check the boot priority in the Bios settings to ensure the computer will boot from CD-Rom.

Boot from your Windows XP CD.

Start Windows Setup.

Press R to access the recovery console.

Select your Windows installation.

Type the administrator password (just press enter if you don't have one.)

Enter the following commands:

CD C:\

CD “system volume information\_resto~1”


Pick the restore point (RPx) you wish to use, using the folder date stamps to guide you.

Enter the commands:

CD RPx (x is the restore point you chose)


Copy the registry backups so that they overwrite the existing registry files:

COPY _registry_machine_system C:\Windows\System32\Config\System

COPY _registry_machine_software C:\Windows\System32\Config\Software

COPY _registry_machine_sam C:\Windows\System32\Config\Sam

COPY _registry_machine_security C:\Windows\System32\Config\Security

COPY _registry_user_.default C:\Windows\System32\Config\Default


Type the command exit to close the Recovery Console and restart the computer.


or using xp cd


Good Luck

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