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Hello... My Windows XP has the following registry failure (c:0000218) I've attempted to boot up my Avanquest Systems Suite 8 Rescue disk, but it has failed. I can't get into safe mode, etc. Thanks, Paul

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Sorry to hear about your trouble. From the error you stated, it seems your SR got corrupted (common with norton/symantec products). The best bet is to try System Restore from Safe Mode.

As for your second problem, here is an alternate way to access Safe Mode (I am assuming you can get into Normal Mode):

  1. Go to START, then RUN
  2. type "msconfig" and hit enter
  3. the system configuration window will appear
  4. among the several tabs across the top, one of them will say "boot.ini", click this tab
  5. there will be a box that you can check next to Safe Mode.
  6. Click Apply, then OK
  7. Restart
  8. Keep in mind that your computer will automaticall go in to safe mode until you uncheck this box.
Good luck and keep us updated!
TJ

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