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I have problem in loding system32 fills when starting pc

I have problem when i start pc,i get error of fill named as:-c:\windows\system32\config\win.exe
i need a solution plizzz help me
and if anny one has a solution plizzz sand me link

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  • santosh_m208 Jan 11, 2009

    NO YAAR ITS NOT WORKING

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Ok gp tp start menu then run type"msconfig"
then enter then go to startup then cleik on disable all then aply and ok then restrt the computer.
then check.

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