Blade_Jones· Part Time Repair Tech
That's odd because Windows puts a copy of your registry in there when Windows is first installed. Almost sounds like a virus might done some damage to your computer at some point.however my repair folder is empty
You might also try error checking the drive and running a system file checker if you can get hold of a Windows CD that matches your version (Pro or Home). That's if you want to get "geeky" and try to repair the existing system. As a tech I don't like to spend more than 4 or 5 hours repairing an existing installation of Windows.