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Toshiba Laptop Has crashed ( dealing w/ system 32 problem)

By charlesvanriper ·
I was working on a program last night, and walked away for 10 minutes when I returned the system had sut down and so I rebooted the screen came up black with the following messege.
Windows could not start 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.

I have done everything I know to try and it all comes back to this messege, I am sure I have to reload the windows XP Home disk,
I just hope that is the problem. Any ideas would help me solve this.

runninig windows XP home on a protege R100 Toshiba Laptop.
with Norton internet security
no CD-ROM with a 40 gig harddrive

I wonder if the system might have overheated since this laptop really has a heating problem, and if this did cause the damage to this file I hope its repairable.

Charlie

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Charlie - is this the same laptop as before?

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Toshiba Laptop Has crashe ...

It sounds like it.

AS an aside: is the network running now?

If it is - that is your best source of repair...

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Toshiba Laptop Has crashed ( dealing w/ system 32 problem)

by charlesvanriper In reply to Charlie - is this the sam ...

Yes its the same one and the network was working for about an hour then all of a sudden I kept getting an no access error messege, then later that night it crashed, I cant get past the error screen it will not give me access to windows,

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Follow this link

by Jacky Howe In reply to Toshiba Laptop Has crashe ...

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822800

When you say no CD-ROM are you talking about the CD or the CD Drive.

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