Could you please help me with an Registery Error found everytime I boot up my system. It needs to restore everytime I reboot. I did a system file Check on it and found this.
System film may be corrupted:
I didn't know how or where to restore these files from so I clicked on ignore for now, should I do something about this? I thank you for any help you can give me on this problem.
This question was answered on October 22, 2001. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Hi [email protected]
Here is one way to fix you corrupt registry.
Re-boot PC, when you see "Starting Windows 95" hit F8, or for Windows 98 hit the Control key (Ctrl) just before "Starting Windows 98" comes on and hold it to you see a menu Next select "Command Prompt Only" You will be left at C:\ Type the following commands:
ATTRIB SYSTEM.1ST -R -H -S
ATTRIB SYSTEM.DAT -R -H -S
REN SYSTEM.DAT SYSTEM.666 [This is in case you need to revert back to the original file]
CDCOPY SYSTEM.1ST C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM.DAT
The second way is to purchace Nuts and Bolts Registry Wizard,it is software that can back up and restore the registry and clean the registry of unneeded data Good luck.
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Posted by Scott of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on October 22, 2001