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THIS IS A TOSHIBA A355-56925 WITH VISTHA OS. COMPUTER IS TURNED ON BUT CAN NOT BUT INTO THE WINDOWS. I AM GETTIN THE MESSAGE: REGISTRY FILE FAILURE , THE REGISTRY CANNOT LOAD THE HIVE (FILE) \system root\system37config\components or it s log or alterne. it is corrupt, absent,or not writable.

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    IT aid Sep 09, 2010

    Hi did you try boot in safe mode ? Let me know and I'll sort this out for you
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Re-install your OS with a good recent OS disc preferably with a "licence"

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Last Resort

If that does not work then see if you can roll your computer back to a date prior to the problem starting.

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