My computer (running Windows XP Pro) decided to shit on me again.
Sometime last week, when turning on my computer, I got the message:
"Windows could not start because the following fucking file is missing or corrupt, slut: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM"
After punching several infants, I read on and found out that I could use the XP disc to repair the file. Sweet! But...I didn't have it. So I called up a family friend and he said he could get the disc to me the next day. So I waited, and...no disc. I waited another day, and...no disc. But, after a week's time I finally got the disc. I was happy, ecstatic. Finally, I could continue working and have money again! Hopefully, since he gave me XP Home and not XP Pro...........!?
When consulting a website for help with recovering the System file, I was told to copy the file from the disc to the computer. When attempting this, I got the message:
"The system could not find the file specified, you little bitch!"
What the fuck. How does this make sense? The file is on the disc. So the file gets copied to the computer. Is that so hard? Apparently.
So, my main question: Does this have to do with the disc being Home and not Pro? If not, what the fuck?