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Aspire one sytem32 drivers ntfs.sys missing or corrupted

Here goes in detail PLEASE try not to get confused..lol 2 days ago I downloaded SPYBOT SEARCH AND DESTROY off CNET.COM ..I set it up and ran the scan and immunized it didnt show any infection ect.. durring set up it did say something about may delete some stuff but it gave you the option about recovery... blah blah blah well I have cut off my comp and restarted many times in past 2 days ..Except last night after I downloaded that MSN messenger ...... when I cut my comp on it started up normally went to my logg in Blue screen were you hit the little block screen name to continue...Well I couldnt cause my block was missing ..Said wtf so I was like maybe a glitch so I decided to restart ..Well it said ..."Someone else it currently logged in and or being used by another person restarting might cause the loss of info"" SOMETHING TO THAT AFFECT ..Well I restarted and started up like it usually does with the ASPIRE black screen were it has the hit F12 or F2 to perform certain functions in white down at bottom then it skips to the plain black screen were it does this llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll in white accross the bottom like its booting up .. then screen goes black for a few min then this message appears.............The aspire one doesnt have a cd rom and im unsure how to fix it and the steps I explain above about the screens just repeats and says the samething over and over please help Windows could not stat because the following file is missing or corrupt......System32\Drivers\Ntfs.sys You can attempt to repair this file by starting Windows Setup using the original Setup CD ROM. Select ' r ' at the first screen to start repair

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Try this site. It may give you some options. Good luck.

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It sounds like your system files are missing or damages. Its unlikely it has to do with using spybot, but always possible. The first thing to try is see if you can do a system restore in safemode. Push F8 right before the windows splash screen comes up, you can press it several times to make sure it registers at the righ time.
When it gives you the boot options choose safe mode, and see if it logs in. If so go to programs, accessories, and choose system restore.

If that doesnt work you will need to do a windows repair, which will require a cdrom drive. Sometimes you can just copy the ntfs.sys file from another computer or the windows cd and it will work, but other times if windows is missing that file, it is missing others as well.

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SOURCE: sysytem32 driverntfs missing or corrupted

If you have Vista, reboot the laptop with the vista disc in the drive. When the computer starts and you see the Acer splash screen you may have to hit F12 to get to the one time boot option and choose the cd/dvd drive...this will force the laptop to boot off the disc and not the hard drive. When the disc loads you will see a message that says "To boot off cd hit any key" touch a key and let windows boot. Once it boots it will ask you what you want to do. you first click on the next tab when it shows you the language screen, then you want to choose repair and it will tie in to the current Windows installation. When it does, click ok or next and windows will try to "heal" itself so it will boot up correctly. Once it finishes its repair, it will give you more choices. Choose to exit out and reboot the machine without the disc in and see if you boot correctly. If you do not repeat the process as before but when you are given a drop down menu of choices, this time pick restore. Look for a restore point that was before you downloaded and installed SpyBot....choose that restore point and let it do its thing....if you are successful....stay away from SpyBot.....iy is nothing but trouble.

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  7. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:copy cd:\i386\ntfs.sys drive:\windows\system32\drivers
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  2. When the "Welcome to Setup" screen appears, press R to select the To repair a Windows Vista installation using Recovery Console, press R option.
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  2. When the "Welcome to Setup" screen appears, press R to select the To repair a Windows XP installation using Recovery Console, press R option.
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