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  • 12-08-2013, 12:06 PM
    Dk Boss

    Re: "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Some of the pc registry information of one's Windows 7 is corrupted.
    Therefore, you have to reestablish this register for easy booting of one's Windows.
    Actually, the actual dangerous submit is usually protecting against a person's Windows 7 intended for booting.
    You are able to reestablish this submit by simply applying this Set up Storage as a result of there is mounted the actual OS.
    Only put that and judge choice to Repair.
  • 02-08-2013, 05:07 PM
    ckanth

    Re: "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Hi Friend,
    Don't worry,

    System Restore file is missing Means your Windows has been corrupted so you can Restore your Windows then problem is solved
    To Restoring: Main Menu-->
    Control Panel-->
    System and Maintenance-->
    Backup and Restore.

    Now your Problem will solved Check once.

    Thank you.,
  • 01-08-2013, 12:17 AM
    ajjuravi

    Re: "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Dear friend,

    Some of the registry files of your Windows has been corrupted.

    So, you need to restore that file for smooth booting of your Windows.

    Actually, the corrupted file is preventing your Windows for booting.

    You can restore that file by inserting that Installation Disk through which you have installed the OS.

    Just insert it and choose option to Repair.
  • 31-07-2013, 11:28 PM
    krish24

    Re: "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Hello Friend ,

    You are Facing "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    You have to restore your whole system from the last restore point .

    By doing this your this problem will be surly clear ..

    I hope This info. will Helpful to you .

    All the Best

  • 31-07-2013, 12:58 AM
    abhinandan

    Re: "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Hello*******
    Dear User*******
    ++++++++++++Try this approach for this issue++++++++

    **********This kind of error might be come into play due to these reasons.


    **********Due to virus or any other infected system file.

    **********Windows Vista OS does not install fully into your system.

    **********Installing OS has some corrupt file

    **********Antivirus scanning will fix virus file and make your system workable.

    **********Go to Windows recovery mode and recover your Windows vista OS.

    **********If you still have that problem than re install windows vista into your system.
  • 28-07-2013, 11:26 PM
    kumar12337

    Re: "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Hi, Dear friend

    To resolve the above issue .......Simply restore the ......Registry Settings ... that is by the following procedure

    first click the start button and go to control panel


    after that click on system and maintenance option


    now choose Backup and restore option


    And now under the Restore files or your Entire Computer category .... click on RESTORE FILES button

    And then follow ... the onscreen instructions to get the solution

    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 25-07-2013, 10:18 PM
    Unregistered

    "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." on Windows Vista.

    Am getting the error message "Error: System Registry file is missing, unable to load Windows." while starting my Windows Vista machine, this error message comes in a black background with white colored text. I have not deleted any of the files from my machine which are related to the system.

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