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Reya
Reya • Dec 12, 2010

why do the system files get corrupted often?

Hi friends Can someone explain me why do the system files get corrupted often??

One of my system files got corrupted and i was not allowed to go inside.I formatted my system and started using it again!

After some few days when i logged on i get the same error as one of your system files got corrupted.Why do my system files get corrupted often?

What should i do to recover from this problem??
i think virus may be a problem for that or any of your application may results it to be corrupted as i know try any utilities like glary,tuneup etc....,
optimystix
optimystix • Dec 12, 2010
praveena211
Hi friends Can someone explain me why do the system files get corrupted often??

One of my system files got corrupted and i was not allowed to go inside.I formatted my system and started using it again!

After some few days when i logged on i get the same error as one of your system files got corrupted.Why do my system files get corrupted often?

What should i do to recover from this problem??
probably a case of bad sectors on your hard disk. Get it checked
Deepika Bansal
Deepika Bansal • Dec 13, 2010
one word of advice-->> create system restore point whenever your system is working fine.....that will help you to easily recover your system......
but there will be problem with system restore
if we had made system restore there will be uninstalled files will appear and even they dont run this make much disturbance and loss of memory
i had faced it when i had restored my system
HirenBarbhaya
HirenBarbhaya • Dec 24, 2010
Rather than formatting and re-installing everything.. it is very easy to repair the operating system...
Deepika Bansal
Deepika Bansal • Dec 24, 2010
narayana murthy
but there will be problem with system restore
if we had made system restore there will be uninstalled files will appear and even they dont run this make much disturbance and loss of memory
i had faced it when i had restored my system
well in that case, we'll be restoring our system in a healthy state........... so i don't think there should be any problem.
Please tell me your experience in detail so that i can make myself more clear.......😀
Deepika Bansal
Deepika Bansal • Dec 24, 2010
HirenBarbhaya
Rather than formatting and re-installing everything.. it is very easy to repair the operating system...
but for that we should be knowing the exact problem in our system, isn't it.......??
PS: I am talking about windows operating system..
HirenBarbhaya
HirenBarbhaya • Dec 25, 2010
Deepika Bansal
but for that we should be knowing the exact problem in our system, isn't it.......??
PS: I am talking about windows operating system..
Yes but rather than blindly formatting the system... what we can do is.. put the Operating System CD and boot from that... and while installing select Repair option...
Hopefully that should solve the problem.. if it is related to system files only...
@deepika: once i got a problem with my system all the system got of my control
i tried to solve by restarting but no use
at the time i had restored to previous safe date
but i had got the problem because of installing a software that was solved
later i noticed that a uninstalled program appeared on my programs menu i tried to uninstalled from there but no use
i searched in control panel and tried to remove but no use then i went to local disk where my os is situated and tried to delete the file but it had showed it cant be deleted
then i got no other choice and formatted my system after that situation i never restored my system
anyway i used some utilities like glary,tuneup etc.,glary is free software so i am using it now
now my system running is good
this is my experience with system restore
shreyasm89
shreyasm89 • Dec 25, 2010
@Deepika- Hiren's suggestion is great. Instead of formatting it is best to repair. System files get corrupted due to viruses from the internet. Also you can 'hide' your system folder.

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