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Okay, then you'll have to go to the second of my previously posted recovery tasks... For reference...
(b) For this one, you're going to need to move files. For that, you'll need a Windows CD. If you have an extra one around so you can boot to the Recovery Console, you'll be fine. Assuming you find one, then just follow the steps on this page --> Recovering HIVE Files. That will get Windows back to functional status, but you will have to reinstall your programs because even though they're there, you're recovering to a pristine version of that registry file that doesn't include any non-Windows software, so Windows can't use it.
Good luck, and post back with how it goes.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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