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Windows could not start because the following fio valiant 671dp

Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt
/windows/system32/confyg/sistem

than it said that I can repair the file by starting wimdows setup using the original setup cd-rom
please tell me where can I find that cd-rom

I also want to restore my laptop to its original setting please how do it
please helpme this thing is making me crazy

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  • gti May 11, 2010

    it is a kds valiant 671dp and it dindnt came with the discs

  • Edward Morgan
    Edward Morgan May 11, 2010

    What kind of laptop do you have, and is there a restore partition on the hard drive? Did the laptop originally come with discs or no?

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I had this same problem. Solution is you do need the original Windows disk that came with the laptop. Finding one if you don't have it ... good luck. There are not many of the KDS laptops around, I have 3 and I have only one of the original restore disks since I bought them all in non-wprking condion. I have 2 up and running perfect but the one with the missing win/system file I removed another hard drive and used that hard drive instead.

Basically you have to restore the missing file and with the original CD, you can't. Most of these came with a restore disk, but it seems that is only good to wipe the drive clean (format) and restore it to the orinigal OS (operating system.

KDS has no answers, looks like they are out of business. If you type in www.kdscomputers.com they are gone.

PS .. My restore CD is for Windows Me, but the KDS 2001 units used Windows XP. One of mine has XP, the other was restored to Windows Me.

Not much help here for you but your best bet is buy a couple of what ever OS you were using and reload your operating system from scratch. You data will be lost and any programs, personal files, etc.

Sorry ... good luck!!

Pat

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Contact the makers of your laptop and order the recover disk. They go around $40.00 to $50.00 dollars.

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