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I have a desktop PC that keeps dropping a windows file. The file is \windows\system32\config\system. I can't wipe the drive because I need the files on the drive. Is there anything I can do?
I have been seeing a lot of this lately. What I have found is that after repairing the corrupt file, I make sure to run a GOOD anti-virus/spyware program. There are some nasty's out there doing all those bad things. Problem solved for the systems I've repaired with this.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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