System Restore Environment Is Incomplete
Well damn, why couldn't it be that easy on all machines? System restore reinstalls the environment. Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum When it's done it will just say that it finished and from there you can exit command prompt and click the restart button on the recovery options menu. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/316989/system-restore-environment-is-incomplete/
If it's pre-XP, genaric drivers should be available from the XP install. It was INCREDIBLY slow, full of problems 5 minutes to start up, minutes to pop up internet, Its a considerably new computer, 2005ish an Emachine, a basic home system. Now whenever I restart the laptop it goes to the same restoration error screen with the command prompt open and minimized in the lower left hand corner.Pressing F10 (BIOS Setup) or Is your error message the typical Windows could could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \Windows\System32\config\System.
Reply 0 0 Atul593 Student Posts: 1 Member Since: 02-23-2014 Message 3 of 21 (27,261 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: After disk recovery, restoration incomplete error - error during PININST_BBV - But, on a side note I try the R option It takes me to a screen where I get this list: Selecting Recovery Option Hard disk preperation copying files <-It automatically Ok to abort or retry(retry just puts me back at phase one) now his windows will now boot up and it gives me the C:\Windows\system32\config\system is missing Press R to enter It's a T5086 ...
I've backed up all the important files and am now ready to run the system recovery from the recovery partition. I did the Complete PC Restore, but now... System Manufacturer/Model Number * BFK Customs * OS Vista 64-bit Ultimate Win7 64-bit Ultimate XP SP3 32-bit Pro CPU Intel C2Q 9550 Yorkfield Motherboard ASUS P5Q Pro Memory 8GB Dominator 8500C5D I'll surely try that.
DJ_007, Dec 7, 2011 DJ_007, Dec 7, 2011 #2 Dec 7, 2011 #3 djoye 2[H]4U Messages: 2,418 Joined: Aug 31, 2004 Bah, the winre.wim file, which probably has the software to this contact form To do this, I just booted with a USB WINPE drive, had to attrib -s -h -i winre.wim and then copy winre.wim to my USB drive. All times are GMT. Partition is labeled as "Recovery" and is a 9.64GB partition.
And then it gets to approx. 3% and stops. " Is the XP CD a "stand-alone" CD, or is it a "branded" CD? (ie; a CD meant for that computer make/model, Am I not doing something right here or what? townsbg, Oct 30, 2009 #4 Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator "If you do a reinstall from a retail disk you will also need drivers from the manufacturer's website." This is dependant have a peek here Do you have the option to press F11 as the manchine starts to start the recovery?
After I get the second reboot the PC will just sit there with a black screen and I have to hit the power button to turn it off. Any help is appreciated! Only problem is my friend never had a recovery disc or windows disc to begin with.
http://www.user-guides.co.uk/eMachines/eMachinesCDDownloads.asp bigtrucks, Apr 10, 2009 #7 the mekanic Major Mekanical Geek BT, if it's there, I couldn't come up with it...
And I feel like its my fault, although im sure its not... djoye, Mar 9, 2012 djoye, Mar 9, 2012 #6 Mar 9, 2012 #7 sanjayawat n00bie Messages: 5 Joined: Mar 9, 2012 Thanks for your suggestion djoye. The time now is 06:50 PM. -- Generic Blue ---- Generic Blue - Fixed -- TT Blue -- Mobile Contact Us - TechTalkz.com Technology & Computer Troubleshooting Forums - Top vBulletin, The screen stayed blank and the caps lock light kept flashing but nothing happened.
He said he didn't have anything on the computer worth saving. Luis Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → BigShot, Apr 10, 2009 #3 the mekanic Major Mekanical Geek Problem is, even if someone has one, they still have to mail it out. Check This Out If anyone has a manufactured computer with an F8 recovery option could you look at or copy/paste your BCD info (admin command prompt, type: bcdedit).