Config options for updating win xp
Below is a break down of the key sections of this post.I’d recommend you read the whole thing to make sure you get the best understanding of what has happened and how to fix. The SYSTEM file on your computer is one of a collection of files that stores registry information about your computers configuration and set up.Just a computer geek sharing a solution that worked for me.Continue at your own risk, I take no responsibility whatsoever what happens.If all goes to plan the machine will then proceed to boot into Linux.When Ubuntu is loaded you may get a message that says ‘Try Ubuntu’ and another for ‘Install Ubuntu”.OTHERWISE YOU’LL END UP WRITING OVER SOMETHING YOU REALLY DON’T WANT TO!!!Now Shut down your machine and then turn it back on whilst pressing the function key that allows you to choose your boot options – on my machine this is F12.
Use the built-in file browser to navigate to the location of WINDOWS on the hard drive. You will essentially be looking for what would have been in the following location in WINDOWS: C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\ Once you find the config folder you will see copies of all the files including the all important SYSTEM file.Here’s a screenshot of where this is on my machine – yours might be slightly different…