Download NTFSDOS which will allow you full read/write capabilites with a bootable diskette. Please try again now or at a later time. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ''YET ANOTHER Microsoft screw up'' by Cursorcowboy / November 29, 2004 12:54 AM PST In reply to: Re: \windows\system32\l_intl.nls 1. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? http://jscience.net/windows-system32/windows-system32-config-system-is-missing-or-corrupt-without-cd.html
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Thanks.Note: My using the Basic search (somewhat different): http://search.microsoft.com/search/search.aspx?View=en-us&st=b&qu=l_intl.nlsResults 1 - 26 . . .Advanced: http://search.microsoft.com/search/search.aspx?View=en-us&st=a&qu=l_intl.nlsThis exact phrase: L_intl.nlsResults 1 - 26 . . .2. The file may be corrupt or missing. If I load of the Ibm repair disk Ill lose any date have any ideas?
If its just a corrupt file you could try manually copying the file way to do this is boot from your XP CD, and press R to goto the recovery console, I managed to expand and overwrite the file using: expand E:\i386\L_INTL.NL_ c:\Windows\system32\L_INTL.NLS and it says that is was overwritten (expanded) succsefully. go figure! You can attach a usb drive before you boot and then when the CD boots up, you can view your hard Go to Solution 5 3 2 +2 5 Participants jackdia(5
you need to boot from CD to get into the recovery console to fix the windows issue.Obiously the keyboard will work to allow you to get into the BIOS, but not Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: \windows\system32\l_intl.nls by ferg / November 21, 2004 11:42 AM PST In reply to: Re: \windows\system32\l_intl.nls Dennile. Rich 0 Back to top #6 canoneman canoneman Senior TEG Forum Member Resigned 1,696 posts Posted 26 July 2004 - 02:07 PM but cold bootup in the morning takes a few Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions.
malestrom, #3 2009/07/12 malestrom Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2009/07/12 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Computer Experience: intermediate I just wanted to add that the plot gets even more Bugs now have call-home tags and hide in System Restore. Rich 0 Back to top #4 canoneman canoneman Senior TEG Forum Member Resigned 1,696 posts Posted 25 July 2004 - 02:04 AM My computer kept telling me it can't perform the Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: \windows\system32\l_intl.nls by denille / November 25, 2004 9:11 AM PST In reply to: Re: \windows\system32\l_intl.nls Hiya,Thnaks for your input The "whooshing" noise
If you are not already protected you should install these and run them frequwntly. have a peek at these guys Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. Fingers crossed. So, if all I got is a 20 Gig HDD, guess what?
then at the command prompt type exactly. (where D: is your CDrom drive letter, it may be diffrent) expand D:\i386\L_INTL.NL_ c:\Windows\system32\L_INTL.NLS answer yes to any overwite prompt if dont work you It will now be visible in Windows Explorer.4. Then drag and copy it from the new OS. check over here Way2: Insert the Setup CD, press any key to start install Press R (Recovery console) Press 1 (The default selection that contain your OS) then type your administrator's password.
Instead 'Mark this thread as solved' you will see that in this case Mark this thread as unsolved is listed. i tried the disk and tried repair but it just froze. Join over 733,556 other people just like you!
Can someone give me a solid reply?I don't care about files or anything else.I just want to have my PC back.That's all.I'm on XP PRO. I`m no techno-geek, and my knowledge of all this kind of thing is limited, but hopefully that doesnt make me dull or dim or in need of a verbal slapping So, For more information, please refer to the following Microsoft KB article: Description of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 System File Checker (Sfc.exe) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310747 If the issue persists, you It says to put the system disk in (did) (XP Pro) and hit repair.
Its somewhat like this: --a--------- and --d--------- The system 32 folder is 0 bytes.I'm thinking that's because the installation procedure was not completed that it didn't have the time to install at the command prompt type exactly. (where D: is your CDrom drive letter, it may be diffrent) expand D:\i386\L_INTL.NL_ c:\Windows\system32\L_INTL.NLS answer yes to any overwite prompt 0 Message Author Comment Then it will ask for the admin password, usually that's blank unless you have made one..Click to expand... this content where is the file?
I have to move it two days One of the answers if found the link doesnt workwas from: bluepointx: I have one. The directories and files on the slave HD can now be assessed. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Upon bootup my Windows XP Home startup displays this message: Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \Windows\System32\L_INTL.NLS I've repaired my Windows XP Home twice using
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http://search.microsoft.com/search/search.aspx?st=a&View=en-us&c=3This exact Phrase: L_intl.nlsResults 1 - 24 . . . (Note the 1 - 24)Thanks for the heads up.
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