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XP Pro registry_error 0x51

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by BLaZe91, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. BLaZe91

    BLaZe91 Guest

    hey guys, i need some help.

    a few days ago i rebooted my main computer and when xp is loading it goes to the blue screen and says Registy_Error, then some stuff about hardware and software and whatnot. i disconnected my recent hardware and still got the same thing.

    i tried to load the recover console but when it tells me to choose the drive, and i type in "1", it just freezes. also, when i try a repair boot, i accept the agreement and it goes back to the blue screen, i havent found anything online helping me more.

    can anyone here help me?
     
  2. Morph416

    Morph416 Active member

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    To help you further, please post back the hardware/software/and the whatnot.

    :)
     
  3. DoubleDwn

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    This guide shows you how to restore your backed up registry (if it exists....mine didnt exist in a Win2k Server that corrupted the software hive).

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756

    Hope this helps.

    ~Rich
     
  4. BLaZe91

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    to the first reply: it says things like "this problem may have been caused by any new hardware oir software ebing added to the system". i added a tv tuner card a few weeks ago, and installed it and thatmight be the problem, but i doubt it. i removed it and tried restarting...no help.

    to the second reply: all of that requiresd you to be able to log onto your computer, and i cant even get into system restore. thanks anyway.

    iwas thinking if maybe theres someway i can save the correct registry files to a floppy or cd from a working compy, and perhaps upload them on the broken one. i just kinda made that up but it seems plausible.
     
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  5. Morph416

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    Have you tried starting the system into Safe Mode? That mode bypasses all but the necessary generic drivers to start the system.
     
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  6. BLaZe91

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    i tried it and i get the same blue screen....it just restarts
     

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