For the "Enter Load Identifier" portion of this command, you should enter the name of the operating system you have installed. navigate here After searching the web for ages I wasn't feeling optimistic that this would work but it did!
Thanks so much for your time and effort in helping people resolve this For windows 2003 there was no System or Software files.

Seems that only the system was corrupt but that is the ones where I need all the settings.

Look in the right hand pane and double click on the entry that says "SourcePath".In the box that pops up, type in "C:\" (without the quotes) and press Enter. Windows System32 Config System File Download

Great help, thanks 9 Jun 2010 ~ 1:18am therain Hi , i got the "which windows would you like to log onto" . Thank you for signing up. Reply Amado Guzman March 26, 2014 From my previous comment to Tom; You can gain access to the "System Volume Information" and "_restore{…}" using Windows Explorer "share" option. Check This Out If this is the case, justĀ proceed to the next step.

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We're almost there! Sfc Scannow Server 2003 Without Cd Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Popular PostsSorry. Just wanted to let people know that they might need to do some additional work not mentioned in this article. 2 Jul 2010 ~ 2:46am M.Elhassan It works just like a

Of course this is just being nitpicky (which I excel at). 14 Aug 2010 ~ 5:57am louise Thank You sooooooo Much , that helped 100% .

Otherwise you'll have to try and get hold of the XP CD and use the recovery console. The easy way to do this is to set a System Restore point ( http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/h...temrestore.mspx )Next, go to Start...Run...and type in "regedit.exe" (without the quotes) and press enter. Hearing that its helping folks like yourself out means it was worth it! C:\windows\system32\config\system I knew the required files were somewhere!

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