If you are stuck in a loop where the windows 7 does not boot and the system repair cannot fix your installation , it might be a good idea to run the system file checker.
However sfc doesn’t really understand what to do if you just run sfc /scannow from the advanced repair options command prompt. - We need to tell it where windows is installed.
So choose advanced repair options, command prompt and type:
SFC / SCANNOW /OFFBOOTDIR=c:\ /OFFWINDIR=C:\Windows
If you have windows installed on another drive than C, change it. For me it was E for example.
If you don’t remember where it is, type c: and hit enter in the command prompt, then type dir and see if you see a folder (A text line) that says Windows if not try again by changing the drive letter, to d: ,hit enter, type dir, hit enter and keep hunting for those files.
In this short video we are looking at a nice crash report software called WhoCrashed. Run it after your computer crashed and it tells you in a rather understandable way what might be wrong, what file caused this error and why.
More at http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed
Just wanted to say a couple of words about a malware remover I just found.
It seems to be quite effective at finding critters and bad thingamajigs on your PC. I had some stubborn malware that gave me popups in chrome and I couldn’t remove it with. Malwarebyte’s AntiMalware. (Which otherwise is a good program).
So, mental note for myself. Roguekiller was the name of the software, and a i think i actually recommend it…
yes i do recommend it
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Cannot start Windows firewall service error windows could not start windows firewall on local computer error code 5.
- In Registry Editor, browse to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SharedAccess
- Right click SharedAccess, and click Permissions.
- Click Add.
- In the “Enter the object names to select” field, type “NT SERVICE\mpssvc”. Then click Check Names. The name should change to MpsSvc
- Click OK.
- Select Full Control in the Allow column.
- Click OK.
Windows 7 (all versions) / Windows Vista (all versions)