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Windows dont start

I enter recovery media , when it finish i got only blach screen.
i start my laptop again and i see message:
"file corrupt or missing \WINDOWS\system32\config\system"
and
"to fix this problem insert orginal setup CD-ROM"
but i dont have any cd-rom
and i dont know that to do
i try to find on internet to buy cd like that but i dont see any info about it
and plese dont tell me to go to www.trigem.com/us/ becouse there is no 6200 series and this is what i have
averatec 6200 series

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When was the system purchased?? If it was after 2005 then you will ahve to do a PC restore... This will reset the computer to factory settings...all data will be lost...here are the steps...


FOR XP:

1. Please turn off the system and disconenct all the peripheral devices from the system.
2. Please restart the system.
3. Please press and hold the Ctrl key on the keyboard and start tapping F11 key simultaneously as soon as you restart the system. The Dell PC Restore by Symantec window appears.
4. Please click the Restore button or press the --Tab-- key to highlight Restore and press the --Enter-- key.
A caution message appears advising that all data will be lost.
5. Please click the Confirm button or press the --Tab-- key to highlight Confirm and press the --Enter-- key.
The Progress window appears. Once the process is begun, Dell PC Restore usually takes only 8 to 10 minutes to complete.
When the restore is complete, the message The system recovery process was successful appears.
6. Please click the Finish button or press the --Tab-- key to highlight Finish and press the --Enter-- key.
The computer will restart.




FOR VISTA:

1. Turn on the computer.
2. As the computer starts, press F8 on the keyboard until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears on the screen.
3. Press the <Down Arrow> on the keyboard to select Repair Your Computer on the Advanced Boot Options menu, and then press <Enter>.
4. Specify the language settings that you want, and then click Next.
5. Log in as a user who has administrative credentials, and then click OK.
6. Click Dell Factory Image Restore.
7. In the Dell Factory Image Restore window, click Next.
8. Click to select the Yes, reformat hard drive and restore system software to factory condition check box.
9. Click Finish to restart the system.

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    ANURAG MUKHERJEE Sep 17, 2008

    Please ignore the previous post. I am sorry. Did not notice that it was'nt a DELL

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Averatec is famous for not supporting their laptops after they sell them. If your system is giving missing files after a full restore, it's possible you've got some bad hardware. Try running a memory test by downloading memtest86+, and burning it to a cd. It will need to run overnight. If you've got bad ram, replace it. You can also test your hard drive by downloading the support softare for your specific brand of hard drive. Maxtor used the maxblast, western digital used powermax, and hitachi/ibm uses another, but I can't remember the name. Try those, and let me know.
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