You could attempt a repair install or an upgrade install. However, without a complete system backup performed before the SP4 rollback or even better before SP4 was applied, there is no guarantee of being able to return the system to a functional state. You may be able to use the boot startup log to see what file the error occurs on, then use Recovery Console to replace the file. However, this is definitely a trial-and-error solution.
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