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Well, the use of "continue" in both answers implies that the system is currently at risk of failing, but that doesn't tell us whether to use "would" or "will." Look at some examples:
If the gym weren't so far, I would continue to work out there. If the gym gives me a discount, I will continue to work out there.
As gurpreetsingh stated, the difference is in the tense of the conditional part. Past (hypothetical) gives us "would," while present gives us "will." Note that although the form of the verb is past tense, we're not really using it to talk about the past. Here's a clear example of that:
If I won the lottery, I would open an animal sanctuary. _________________
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