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To be honest, I dont think users in forums have to specify a reason why. But if you want then yes,, I found a solution on another forum which I will probably use again.
You would think it would be simple or clear where to delete your account
 

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You figure you'll never have another issue that we might be able to help you with? ;)
 

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I had the 'C:\windows\system32\config\system is missing or corrupt.' error on bootup for xp Home edition>

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http://www.computing.net/windowsxp/wwwboard/forum/1321.html
purebeef's comments helped alot.

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This is what happens sometimes. We are all volunteers and sometimes are stretched thin. However, when you reply to yourself twice, it makes it appear you are being helped already. We look for 0 replies as a measure of which threads are still unanswered. That may well have been key to your lack of responses.

Next time, you'll know not to do that and hopefully will have better luck getting help.
 

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I respect that you are volenteers, its just when your waiting for a response, it is a long time when your computer is cracked. and on searching google, as one does, I located the answer and needed to find out more on another site. I dont like to leave accounts on sites when i dont need them, for security purposes(I like to keep track of where I have signed up) and to keep my inbox tidy.
 
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