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I recently downloaded Windows 8 x64 using Microsoft Dreamspark for Acedemic Institutions. I followed the installation instructions on the Dreamspark website and created both an ISO and an IMG DVD, but each time I try to install it on my new PC build, using either of the disks, I get an error.

The error is usually one of a variety of errors. I get the BSOD and it says the following:

Recovery

Your PC needs to be repaired

The operating system couldn't be loaded because the kernel is missing or contains errors.

File:WindowsSystem32ntoskrnl.exe
Error code: 0xc0000098

you'll need to use the recovery tools on your installation media. If you don't have any installation media (like a disk or USB device),
contact your system administrator or PC manufacturer.

Press Enter to try again
Press F8 for Startup Settings

Sometimes the error will say there are registry files that are corrupt or missing, or something like that.
Here are my hardware peripherals, just in case.

Mobo: ASRock 970 Extreme 4
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 975 Black Edition @3.6 GHz
GPU: Sapphire Radeon 9750HD
RAM: Kingston HyperX Blu (4 x 2 GB)
HD: Seagate Barracuda ST1000DM003 1TB
CD/DVD Drive: ASUS 24x DVD Burner SATA Model DRW - 24B1ST

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I don't understand what the problem is, as I am attempting a clean install on a brand new PC build. I have eliminated the possibility of it being a corrupt download by re-downloading the file and creating a new disk. No one on the Microsoft forums or on any other forum I have posted to seems to be able to help me. My frustration is building because I am anxious to get my PC up and running so I can start gaming on it. It has been just sitting here for over a week now. Can someone come up clutch here?




Kinda gave up trying to find some sorts of support on the issue.
But been having some stupid errors on my computer since i upgraded to windows 7.. i know i should of done a clean install, but at the time i didn't know.
But everytime i try to download something off the net.
An example of say i want to go onto Cnet.com and try a demo out for a new program.
The download starts , and does download, if i open the folder that the file is downloading into.
It shows both the download and the .part file in the folder. However when i get to 100% and windows does it scan for viruses, the file disappears and isn't actually downloaded.
I have tested firefox, IE 6 , 7 and 8. All do the same thing. I can't seem to find any reason why there would be a problem with downloading. I am the only user on the computer.
This works wonders with the fact that my usb ports are not working, the drivers must be reinstalled over and over just to get the troubleshooter to disappear, and when i do finally plug something into the usb ports after the reinstall has been "done".
The computer gives me the error noise while connecting the usb device and then the drivers are saided to not be installed, and the registry is missing or corrupt. I have run a reg cleaner with nothing turning up , i have uninstall the drivers completely and reinstalled, nothing.
Any help is very much apprecaited.




Many people, myself included, have seen this dreaded error text:

Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: WINDOWSSYSTEM32CONFIGSYSTEM
Stop: c0000218 {Registry File Failure} The registry cannot load the hive (file): SystemRootSystem32ConfigSOFTWARE or its log or alternate[/list]Microsoft knows about it. I'd like to see it a little less than I have, but if it happens....How to Recover from a Corrupted Registry that Prevents Windows XP from Starting (Q307545)[/list]I espied this just after posting, as well - a hotfix. Don't just run out and apply this, folks, let someone glutton for punishment like me be a guinea pig.Damaged Registry Repair and Recovery in Windows XP(Q318159)[/list]Bookmark the this link. You never know. And also think about installing the Recovery Console.




Hello all

I wonder if anyone could help me. I have Windows XP installed on a harddrive that I carry around with me in the office. I come across a PC that I have to fix, plug in my drive and boot. At first I had the issue of having to do repairs on the XP when the hardware was dissimilar to the original I used to make the drive. I went crawling through the web and found the cause of my problem was the drive controller driver (IDE Controllers change across chipsets it would seem). After I got the needed files off the XP CD and the right registry entries, I had a "universal" XP that would work on virutally any computer.

A lot of people would say "But why not use a PE or Hiren Boot" and the answer is simple, they are generally read only and/or give problems when installing new software. With my solution, I can install all the applications I want and keep them up to date with minimal effort. Over time, I have built up a host of drivers in my portable windows for the various hardware configurations around the office. So, 9/10 times, I plug it in and it detects hardware that is in the machine as if it was just unplugged and has now been put back. No need for a repair and within minutes and a single standard reboot, I am on the machine like I was sitting at the original.

I want to switch to Windows 7... This brings forward a whole host of new challenges. I am now using a second drive for testing. On the original machine, it boots and works beautifully. I move it to any other machine and it won't boot. Safe mode won't work either. It keeps asking to boot with the Startup Repair. Ok, lets go. "Startup Repair Failed" or some other error like it. On hunting through the short log I see "Problem Signature 07: BadDriver"

Hey, wait, we have had mention of this before... The harddrive controller driver? Could this be the only thing stopping me from moving the harddrive between the various computers? Someone suggested I get into Windows and just do a Upgrade Install... Ummm... Hello? I can't get into Windows to choose the upgrade option. I REALLY don't want to have to do a full install of Windows 7 each time...

On further hunting and testing, I disabled automatic restart and encountered a BSOD. Error 0x7B which is the code for an inaccessible boot device... Solidifying my theory that it is a harddrive driver error. Apparently the second parameter passed to the error is the one to look out for so... 0xc0000034... That means:
STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND This is the most common status code and is usually caused by a missing or corrupt driver.

BINGO!!!

Can anyone help me solve the driver problem? It is probably just like XP where a small registry entry and maybe one or two files will solve the problem... But I have hunted in a lot of places... No luck yet.

Help would be GREATLY appreciated by me and our office.




bought new laptop few days ago and went to factory reset via the recovery partition, it stuffed up few times during instlallation and got few blue screens and was stuck on formatting so i formatted laptop to win xp to burn myself a win7 installer into disc so i did and tried installing via disc but same thing happened it still didnt work, after the format completes i get an error straight after the hp logo saying

Windows boot manager

File: bootBCD
Status: 0xc000000f
info: an error occured while attempting to read boot configuration data.

and something like insert os disc and click repair

so i was able to fix this via cmd prompt
so then after i fixed that error now im gettin another error saying

file: windowsystem32config is missing or corrupt

the laptop doesnt go beyond the error im just stuck on viewing the error and iv even used my os repair disc and it didnt do help. im able to install xp without a problem but not win7 i know iv definitely got registry problems ?




There have been a number of installation errors of the July 27th Office 2003 Updates and other Office version updates, particularly Office 2003 SP1 remedied by Office resource kit tools and other tools like the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility, and I'm pasting this information that has come up from Sloan Crayton [MS] who has been generously helping and providing some useful information on using these Office tools to help with install/setup problems. Because it involves information I have not seen anywhere, including MSKB, MSDN, Technet or Windows SP2/MSI 3.0 articles and good artifcles on System Restore, I'm pasting some of it he

__________________________________________________ _____

After running the Installer Clean utility to remove remnants of OfficeXP, now if I try to update Office 2003 Pro from the website, this is EXACTLY what I get:

The Office Update site is unable to check for updates on this
computer. This may be happening because of one of the following
reasons:

You do not have administrative privileges for this computer.

There is a network problem and the detection catalog used by the
Office Update site failed to download. Go back to the Downloads home
page and try running detection again.

Windows Installer patch files (.MSP files) from previously applied
Office updates are missing from the WindowsInstaller hidden
directory on your computer. MSP files are stored on your computer
after update installation completes because they need to be referenced
for future update operations. If the files are missing you will not be
able to apply Office updates. You may also be unable to uninstall
Office products as a result of the same problem. Please contact
Microsoft Product Support Services for assistance.

You installed Office updates in the past and then upgraded from
Windows Installer version 1.0 to Windows Installer version 1.1. For
more information see the KB article Windows Installer May Prompt for
Install Source if Unavailable.

Search for Office updates in the Download Catalog

The Problem With System Restore and the Windows Installer Corrected by Windows Installer 3.0

(Fixing the Problem but not Fixing the Registry Once It's Corrupted):

__________________________________________________ ____________

Windows System Restore will corrupt the Windows Installer registry
information for Office (and other applications). Windows Installer 3.0
(included in Windows XP SP2 when it ships) will fix this bug

The use of Windows System Restore is one of the known causes. Windows Installer 3.0 which is included in Windows XP SP2 fixes this problem (but will not fix it once it's broken).

You will need to use the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility to remove the
Windows Installer registry information for all installed Office products.
Then you'll need to install Office 2003 again and then install any service
packs and public updates.

This is documented in the KB article at
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;304498.

Sloan Crayton
Microsoft

__________________________________________________ _______________

Best,

Chad Harris




Anyone have an idea o=ADn how to repair the Windows XP Pro=20
SP2 registry? Have been using SP2 for about 2 weeks, but=20
whenever I now try and start the computer, I get the=20
following error message:

"Windows could not start bcause the following file is=20
missing or corrupt:
WindowsSystem32ConfigSystem
You can attempt to repair this file by starting=20
Windows Setup using the original Setup CD-
ROM. Select "r" at the first screen to start repair."

Tried this without success. Then went to Microsoft.com=20
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article -=20
307545, "How to recover a corrupted registry that prvents=20
Windows XP from starting."

I tried this cut and past method of substituting the=20
files in the c:windowsrepair directory (system,=20
software, sam, security, and default) for those in the=20
c:windowssystem32config directory. But o=ADnce again,=20
instead of starting, I receive the error message noted=20
above.

Any assistance will be appreciated.

Sincerely,

Ken




It all started about 4 days ago when a boot wouldn't complete because of a missing or corrupt windows file Windowssystem (I didn't write the file name down).

My thought was that a corrupt system file meant either the hard drive had a bad sector or there was a virus.

I should have tried a System Restore to an earlier point, but I didn't think of that. I did a System Recovery instead but without a hard drive reformat. Since
this is an old machine, the Recovery brought it back to its original Win XP state (i.e. before SP1). So I did the following

1) System Recovery (brought it to Win XP base)

2) tried to Install Windows XP SP3 but it said it needed SP1 present

3) Installed Windows XP SP1 (installed without error)

4) Installed Window XP SP3 (installed without error)

5) Since IE was now back to IE6 I tried to install IE8. It failed but wouldn't say why.

6) I tried to install IE7, but it failed without explanation also.

8) I installed MS Office 2003, then Office 2003 SP3. Both installed successfully.

9) I tried to install Trend Micro Internet Security 2010. It started but then said there was a threat so it did a complete scan,
which found absolutely nothing, then continued on with the install but failed saying the install was interrupted.

9) I was able to successfully install Uniblue's Registry Booster and ran it. It found over 200 Registry errors. I believe most of
these were due to the fact that since I did not do a hard drive format, all the programs were still in C:Program Files but
none except Windows were in the registry. I don't know if all the errors were due to this but I had Registry Booster to fix
the errors, which it did.

10) I was successfully able to use IE6 for a while but after about half a day it would stall and wouldn't run successfully.
Actually what it did was this
10a- Started IE6, then started another instance of IE6 (so there are no 2 IE6's on the task bar)
10b- Would start to fill out the screen then parts of it would disappear then come back. This would happen to both
instances.
10c- I was forced to cancel both instances.

11) Since IE6 was no longer working I did a System Restore back to before I installed Registry Booster. IE6 would work now, so I
reinstalled Registry Booster, ran it (found about 60 errors), and fixed them.

12) Tried installing IE7 or IE8 again several times. Always the same result, which was that it couldn't install but no
explanation was given.

13) I Started all over with another System Recovery and repeated the upgrade steps, (WinXP SP1, WinXP SP3, didnt do Office this
time or Registry Booster).

14) Went to the MS Windows update site to look for patches which came after WinXP SP3. It started scanning my system but just
sat there for several hours. The message on the screen said a scan/install was in progress but there was no progress bar and
other than the initial message about beginning a scan there were no messages. So after about 3 hours, I simply closed IE6.

15) At this point I don't know what I have. IE6 still works but I can't install IE7, IE8, or Trend Micro and I am still unsure
whether I am dealing with a virus or a hard disk problem. My intuition tells me if it was a hard disk problem, other flakey
behavior would be happening. No evidence yet of other problems.

So I looked at the WindowUpdate.log located in C:Windows. I found multiple instances of the following

2010-09-11 23:13:23:937 1112 230 AU ########### AU: Uninitializing Automatic Updates ###########
2010-09-11 23:13:23:937 1112 230 AU WARNING: InitAUComponents Failed, will restart AU in 30 mins, error = 0x80004002
2010-09-11 23:13:23:937 1112 230 AU AU Restart required....
2010-09-12 06:27:00:750 1112 230 AU ########### AU: Uninitializing Automatic Updates ###########

So my questions are

Q1) Anyone know how to interpret these Windows update log errors?

Q2) Are there other logs I should be looking at? If so what are their names and where are they located?

Q3) Anyone have any thoughts on the whole process?




FACTS & FAQ's

Helpful hints and answers to many basiccommon questions asked by Loungers, but which may not be readily available because of the temporary(?) suspension of the search feature. Listed by general catagory.

Lounge settings.

1.Set "cookies" for the Lounge. If you have trouble accessing the Lounge, delete the cookie and let it be reset on the next access.
2. Check your preferences options to view the Lounge as YOU want it.

Command Line stuff.
Click on Start>Run, then type( without quotes):

1."msconfig". will bring up a window with your startup programs listed and the ability to halt or suspend them.
2."SFC /scannow" will scan your system files for missing or corrupt files and replace them as needed.
3."chkdsk" will run a check on a specified drive to check it's integrity.
4."cmd" will bring you to a blank window with a C: prompt.

Windows XP hints.

1.Check for and install Windows Updates hotfixes as needed.
2.Install a firewall.
3.Install a spy blocking program.
4.Install an Ad blocker.

Utilities & Other software.(some with links to download them)

1.Spybot S&D. will search your system for any hidden "spy" files and lets you delete them.
2.AdAware. will search your system for any hidden Advertising file and let you delete them.
3.System Mechanic. A suite of utilites that will clean out junk files, useless registry entries,temporary files and many other debris.
4.Zone Alarm. A FREE firewall to block malware or virus.




Finally have to ask the wizards:

Each and every time I open Outlook or Access 2007 the Office 2007 configuration and install process runs and eventually opens the application. In Outlook it runs a few more times after the app is open. I spent many hours on the phone with MS support and they tried to repair the problem with reinstalls, registry fixes, etc. and finally blamed it on the OS that they thought might have some missing or corrupt files (Vista Home Premium). I have even reinstalled the OS, etc. and the problem persists. Before I call support once again before my 90 days are up (oh, they were very pleasant and tried hard … even got to listen to some Hindi music oldies) … The rest of the Suite runs fine as do all other apps on the computer.

I can find nothing I the KB about how to resolve the issue … some articles online that purport to solve issue for some, but not for others. This is not an isolated issue so I’m wondering if any of you experts can find the solution. Best I can figure (I’m no expert, just a normal user) is that something got left by the old uninstall of older version maybe? Once again MS has their head in the sand with a solution probably hidden in some obscure email.

Appreciate any light you could shed on this bonus “feature”.
This is NOT cross-posted in Access




This is the first time I am posting here and boy do I have a doosy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I have been running Windows XP which came pre-installed on my e-machine. I was having trouble connecting to the internet and after some research (and help from MSN support) I concluded that I needed to contact e-machines. They told me install my emergency restore cd's. Unfortunately, I did not received restore cd's with my computer (thank you Best Buy). E-Machine then sent me the restore cd's in the mail. I followed the instructions given and guess what????? It didn't work. I not only cannot connect to the internet but my entire XP is either gone or it is unable to start. This is the message I receive:

Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: WINDOWSSYSTEM32CONFIGSOFTWARE Stop: c0000218 {Registry File Failure} The registry cannot load the hive (file): SystemRootSystem32Config Software or its log or alternate.

I contacted E-Machines and they told me the disks were bad. They send me new ones and I tried it again. And again. And again. I still get the same message.

Before I go out and either buy a new XP or a whole new computer (because this one is going out the window real soon), I thought I would ask if anyone had any suggestions.

Thanks so much.




I have a copy of Lego Creator, it has worked without a hitch for several years but over the weekend it reported a file was missing or corrupt and it refused to load.

After many uninstall / reinstall attempts, running regclean and dxdiag and reinstalling DX 9c the install routine still fails at 'registering ActiveX controls' and says failed to register self registering files MCIWNDX.OCX and TEGODS.OCX. These files exist and are in the correct folders and I can find registry entries for them but Creator won't load.

Google tells me MCWNDX.OCX is a microsoft file that came with VB 5. The only ref to tegods.ocx is on a site offering screen savers. I've submitted a question to Lego but I'm not hopeful of a reply.

Meanwhile, any ideas on how to manually register a self registering file that won't self register?

stuck




Background: I'm running Windows 7, 64 bit, with IE9.

Symptom: Internet access works fine with everything, except any program that seems to be tied to Internet Explorer. Programs such as command line utilities (Powershell, etc.), other browsers (Chrome, etc.), FTP, Usenet reader, Tweetdeck, Dropbox, etc. all work properly. However, IE9, desktop gadgets and a couple of other programs cannot access the internet. It is like a component in IE9 (such as a driver file, a service, registry setting, or something else) is missing or mis-configured.

This all started one day when I had shut the computer down. When I restarted it, the network interface was not working at all--I could not even ping the router. I ended up having to go to Device Manager, delete the network card, have Device Manager detect it again, and reinstall it. Everything on the network came up properly but, at that point, IE and everything else tied to it (like gadgets) were no longer working.

Here is what I've done so far...

1. Looked at ipconfig /all and everything looks good.

2. HijackThis showed nothing that I did not recognize; it did complain about some common missing files, but it turns out that these entries are caused by using 64-bit Windows.

3. In addition to Windows Defender, I also run Avast antivirus. I ran a full scan in both programs and nothing bad turned up. I also downloaded a couple of others (Spybot S&D, Malwarebytes, etc.) and they did not find anything either. The only oddity is that in Avast, it complains that it cannot start the Web Shield protection, and I've even uninstalled and reinstalled Avast.

3A. I also disabled Avast, and also tried the computer with Avast uninstalled. No difference.

4. IE is not set to offline mode. (That's a common issue I've found. )

5. Ran the System File Checker--all files check out OK.

6. Looked at the Event Viewer immediately after trying to use IE, but no errors are thrown. (Unless I need to set Event Viewer to log additional events.)

7. I did a full reset of IE9, per Microsoft's instructions.

8. Just about all Windows updates have been applied, except for the past month or so that I've had this problem--I did not want to make things worse. (They are downloaded but NOT installed, in other words.)

9. I also reset Winsock using netsh winsock reset.

10. I disabled the Windows Firewall in case a corrupted entry was in the table; no luck. I do not run any other firewalls. The router has a firewall, but that has been in place for almost a year.

11. As for other things I've done, I have looked through the Local Security Policy, running services, etc., and don't really see anything out of the ordinary.

I did try this at one other Windows forum, but when I made one mention of checking registry settings, I got "talked down to". I am more of an advanced user, so I prefer to work via command line, policy settings, etc. rather than mess around with "for dummies" fixes like the other site was pushing me toward.

I have seen other complaints about this same problem, but have read through them all and none of the fixes applied, or some never were resolved.

It's a minor problem for me (I rarely use IE), but still, I'd like to have it working.

Thanks!




Sorry for the long post.

My problem is that I have corrupted data (61132684 KB in bad sectors) on my
200GB WD hard drive. That's right - 61GB!
Not too happy with that because I had a difficult time partitioning and
installing xp on the drive and had to settle for a single partition. Each
effort to make multiple partitions resulted in less than 186GB of total
avail. space.
So, I installed with a Windows XP Pro with SP1a CD on the single partition
(186GB).
My Intel 845 motherboard already had the latest BIOS (48-bit LBA support
confirmed).
Things went fine as far as I could tell.
I've had no problems with the correct space being reported or bad sectors
for the last month or so. I just happend to take a look at available space
last night and was shocked to see only 85.4GB left! Well, I only have
40.8GB (44,387 Files, 2,234 Folders) of data on my C: so obviously
something is wrong somewhere.
186-40.8 != 85.4

Running chkdsk found this:

"C:Documents and SettingsScottchkdsk
The type of the file system is NTFS.
Volume label is XP Professional.

WARNING! F parameter not specified.
Running CHKDSK in read-only mode.

CHKDSK is verifying files (stage 1 of 3)...
File verification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying indexes (stage 2 of 3)...
Index verification completed.
CHKDSK is verifying security descriptors (stage 3 of 3)...
Security descriptor verification completed.
Correcting errors in the Volume Bitmap.
Windows found problems with the file system.
Run CHKDSK with the /F (fix) option to correct these.

195350368 KB total disk space.
44652732 KB in 43976 files.
16268 KB in 2255 indexes.
61,132,684 KB in bad sectors.
140072 KB in use by the system.
65536 KB occupied by the log file.
89408612 KB available on disk.

4096 bytes in each allocation unit.
48837592 total allocation units on disk.
22352153 allocation units available on disk."

I ran "chkdsk /f" (required a reboot) but the bad sectors have stayed.
Nothing has changed with "chkdsk /r" either.

WD's Data Lifeguard Quick Test results:
Test Option: QUICK TEST
Model Number: WDC WD2000BB-00DAA3
Serial Number: WD-WMACK1926431
Firmware Number: 571.B357
Drive Type: IDE
Port Number: 0, Primary/Master
Capacity: 134.22 GB
SMART Status: PASS
Test Result: PASS
Test Time: 18:31:51, September 14, 2004

After lots of googlin' I finally found MKBA-303013.

I checked my registry and
"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServi cesAtapiParameters" did
NOT have the "EnableBigLba" key AT ALL!

That was one thing I didn't do and I don't know how if this is responsible
for the problem.

I also don't know if adding this key will solve the problem (I am backing up
all my data now so I will give it a shot).

The reason I'm bugging you is I want to know if I can EVER get XP to
recognize the whole 200GB drive and (if it comes down to another fresh
install)
HOW DO I INSTALL XP PROPERLY to do that.
There's no time PRE-installation to edit the registry. SP1, I would think,
should have set this key but it didn't.

Is there something I'm missing or am I hosed?
Is the Data Lifeguard Quick Test telling me anything (except the incorrect
capacity) ?

Thanks in advance!




I'm using ie 5.5 sp2 with w95 - a few days ago the "file/save as" and also
the right click context menu "save picture" stopped working.. Sometime
the computer hangs, other times I get error messages telling me that IE will
be closed, etc.

Below are some of the error messages:

IEXPLORE caused an invalid page fault in
module at 0000:c0850000.
Registers:
EAX=00000001 CS=0157 EIP=c0850000 EFLGS=00250212
EBX=00000110 SS=015f ESP=03247414 EBP=03247434
ECX=00000018 DS=015f ESI=00000000 FS=4f3f
EDX=017d63cc ES=015f EDI=00000ad0 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:

Stack dump:
017de468 00000ad0 00000460 00000001 017d4876 0324743c 000084ac
03247488 03247454 bff735d9 00000ad0 00000110 00000ad4 0324776c 84862497
0000015f

------------------------------------------------------------

attempting the right click context menu "save picture" sometime yields the
following error message:

Could not complete operation due to error 8007ffff.

----------------------------------------------------------
I do not know if the problem was caused by the few daily crashes that I
experience -- causing a reboot and running of scandisk to correct errors, or
if it happened after installing software. I often install and uninstall
shareware. I thought that possibly that
the problem occurred after installing Reget-deluxe-ver-3.2-build-158 so I
uninstalled it and manually removed registry entries via regedit. I still
have the same problem.

I tried the control panel's add/remove IE repair feature to repair IE 5.5
but the problem was not fixed.

Also, I tried to reinstall IE 5.5 from an both my saved downloaded
installation files and also from an AOL CD containing IE 5.5 but received an
error message that I was missing files and needed to go to the internet for
the installation (I know that I have the complete package because that is
what I originally used to install IE 5.5. I also tried the SP2 installation
package but received the same error.

I really do not want to uninsall IE 5.5 and reinstall 4.01 for the for the
quick launch bar, etc. and then install 5.5 on top. I am fear that I might
have a problem in the re-installation and also do not want to have to
re-install all settings (or export/import registry keys, etc.).

I don't really know if IE5.5 alone is malfunctioning or a system Windows
system file became corrupted. I can't reinstall windows without reformatting
the disk drive and using the computer manufacturer's quick restore disk.
While I do have CAB file on my drive, if I knew of a particular file that
needs replacement, I could search through those files and merely replace the
defective file.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

P.S. I just noticed that oe "file/save as" also does not work and forces a
closing of oe. The oe is ver. 5.50




Amongst our computers is an old Windows ME machine that we keep operating largely to run some legacy database software. One of the program files (not related to the database) has become corrupted and will not properly launch. I would like to remove the software and then re-install it. However, when I try to do this, the program's version of InstallShield invoked by the Windows Uninstall app runs, announces that it has completed the job ("Maintainence Complete"), but in fact has done nothing. The program files are still there as well as the Registry entries.

Because the O/S is Windows ME, I cannot use Revo Uninstaller (unsupported for ME), and although there are other uninstall programs listed on CNET, they tend to come with at least a few ominous reviews, suggesting they may have turned some computers into paperweights.

I tried contacting the software vendor's email tech support, but despite multiple exchanges, received no useful information at all. It was obvious that the tech involved had no idea what to do. ("Maybe it's a hardware problems.")

I am reluctant to remove the program's components and then edit the Registry by hand, though I will do that if I have to. But I have an alternative strategy that I would like post here for comment and advice. I would plan to remove all of the files in the corrupted program's directory and then, without rebooting, run a registry cleaner, like CCleaner, under the assumption that it would catch and remove registry entries to the now-missing program's files.

Is this a good plan or is there a better way of approaching this?

Thanks.




I found that certain Word documents which contain upwards of 20 or 30 small tables (2 or 3 rows, 4 or 5 columns, apiece), work fine as long as a user is working withing the document originally in Word 2007, but after saving as a DOC and re-opening, the user is prompted to do an "Open and Repair" and there is frequent corruption around a table within the document. Usually there are missing end-of-cell or end-of-table markers (according to the Repair message box).

We are using the DOC format instead of DOCX.

Is something known to be systematically worse about Word 2007 saving to DOC format instead of DOCX?

All of the PCs in my firm are configured with Windows XP SP3, and Office 2007 SP2. For reasons of compatibility with other systems, we work with the following two Registry values set:

HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftOffice12.0WordOptions
DefaultFormat REG_SZ "doc"
CompatMode REG_DWORD 00000001

These cause MS Word 2007 to be in a 2003 "compatibility mode" and to save files in a DOC format by default.

Anyhow upon reopening a DOC document, the message from Word saying I need to do an 'Open and Repair' is happening a lot. Something like 50% of the time (for documents containing 20 to 30 tables).

I recall that with MS Excel 2007 there was an issue saving to the XLS format and seeing all cells turn to #VALUE and a message appearing saying "File error: data may have been lost." This only occured with Excel 2007 saving as XLS and inconsistently. I wonder if this is a parallel case with Word 2007 not creating fully correct DOC files.




I was having a problem upgrading from Adobe CS3 to CS4 so I downloaded and ran MS cleanup as suggested. The first thing I noticed was that half my desktop Icons were missing, the programs are there and work but all the icons that were in the **install* dir were gone.

The second thing I noticed was that MS Word no longer worked. It was the first icon on my DT as I use it all the time. When clicked I recieve the msg that Office has been corrupted and to reinstall. Ok, no prob I grab my office 2007 CD and try and reinstall only to be greeted with: Error 1402. Setup cannot open the registry key. WTH? So i search the net for a solution and find that this is a commen problem with W7

It get's better, I start checking other programs whose icons are now missing, most work fine but a few such as Fallout 3 now have the BSOD on startup. After reinstalling drivers, programs and everything short of a wipe, reformat and reinstall of the OP system (which I would have done if Best Buy would have exchanged my W7 dvd for Vista) I still have the problem. So having 2 papers do this afternoon, I try and download Open Office which will not install, So I downloaded a trial of Wordperfect which did install but is glitchy with W7.

Seeing a pattern I went to my shelf and tried installing programs I have from sketchup to 3DS and what I found was that any program that needed hard registry permissions or root folder access would not install, anything that I could install to the public folders did.

So after three days of fighting this I came to several relizations, from whomever thought it was a good Idea to set W7 folder security to the point that a person on their presonal system does not have the right to access much less modify the files/folders on thier own system needs to be slapped with a tuna (hard), to OMG people are being forced to buy systems with W7 and then drink the coolaid.... but I digress.

On to the main questions;
Is there a way to turn off, not slide down, but actually turn off the UCS in W7?

Is there a Fix for the MS Office crash to completly remove it from the installed Program list or at least a way to re-install Office (since W7 does not accept MS Office as a trusted source it will give it the permissions it needs Then again W7 is simply sharing the view of a multitude of people )

Is there a MS Fix tool for W7? All of the MS fix tools give the same error "This tool does not support your OP system"




Been getting these MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSODS. Left it with the techies, they said they fixed but NOPE, still fked. Already updated Drivers, and anything missing.

Check the attachments:

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Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 1,333 Re: New Purchased Comp- Updated Drivers Only 70 updates since SP1 - most systems have 130 to 140. Please visit Windows Update and get ALL available updates.

Daemon Tools (and Alcohol % software) are known to cause BSOD's on some Win7 systems (mostly due to the sptd.sys driver, although I have seen dtsoftbus01.sys blamed on several occasions).
Please un-install the program, then use the following free tool to ensure that the troublesome sptd.sys driver is removed from your system (pick the 32 or 64 bit system depending on your system's configuration): [DEL] DuplexSecure - FAQ [/DEL] Link broken as of 21 Jul 2012
New link (15 Aug 2012): DuplexSecure - Downloads (pick the appropriate version for your system and select "Un-install" when you run it).
Alternate link: Disc-Tools.com
Manual procedure here: Registry and SPTD problems | DAEMON Pro Help The AsrAppCharger may also cause BSOD's on Win7 systems. Please un-install it to test it.

If these things don't stop the BSOD's, please try these free diagnostics: Hardware Diagnostics

Analysis:
The following is for informational purposes only.
Code: **************************Sun Dec 23 10:58:37.485 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__122412-12823-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 0:56:08.360 *** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for win32k.sys *** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for win32k.sys Probably caused by :dxgmms1.sys ( dxgmms1!VIDMM_PROCESS_HEAP::Free+a2 ) BugCheck 1A, {41790, fffffa800640c5f0, ffff, 0} BugCheck Info: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (1a) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000041790, A page table page has been corrupted. On a 64 bit OS, parameter 2 contains the address of the PFN for the corrupted page table page. On a 32 bit OS, parameter 2 contains a pointer to the number of used PTEs, and parameter 3 contains the number of used PTEs. Arg2: fffffa800640c5f0 Arg3: 000000000000ffff Arg4: 0000000000000000 BUGCHECK_STR: 0x1a_41790 PROCESS_NAME: League of Lege FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x1a_41790_dxgmms1!VIDMM_PROCESS_HEAP::Free+a2 CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Sun Dec 23 10:02:05.647 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__122412-35802-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 7:51:56.522 *** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for win32k.sys *** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for win32k.sys Probably caused by :dxgmms1.sys ( dxgmms1!VIDMM_PROCESS_HEAP::Free+a2 ) BugCheck 1A, {41790, fffffa800640c650, ffff, 0} BugCheck Info: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (1a) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000041790, A page table page has been corrupted. On a 64 bit OS, parameter 2 contains the address of the PFN for the corrupted page table page. On a 32 bit OS, parameter 2 contains a pointer to the number of used PTEs, and parameter 3 contains the number of used PTEs. Arg2: fffffa800640c650 Arg3: 000000000000ffff Arg4: 0000000000000000 BUGCHECK_STR: 0x1a_41790 PROCESS_NAME: League of Lege FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x1a_41790_dxgmms1!VIDMM_PROCESS_HEAP::Free+a2 CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Sun Dec 23 02:09:44.730 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__122312-12823-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 0:09:30.493 Probably caused by :memory_corruption ( nt!MiBadShareCount+4c ) BugCheck 4E, {99, 15a323, 2, 1a33a2} BugCheck Info: PFN_LIST_CORRUPT (4e) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000000099, A PTE or PFN is corrupt Arg2: 000000000015a323, page frame number Arg3: 0000000000000002, current page state Arg4: 00000000001a33a2, 0 BUGCHECK_STR: 0x4E_99 PROCESS_NAME: chrome.exe FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x4E_99_nt!MiBadShareCount+4c CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Sun Dec 23 01:51:53.157 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__122312-14024-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 5:06:44.032 Probably caused by :ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt! ?? ::FNODOBFM::`string'+35054 ) BugCheck 1A, {41790, fffffa800640c5f0, ffff, 0} BugCheck Info: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (1a) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000041790, A page table page has been corrupted. On a 64 bit OS, parameter 2 contains the address of the PFN for the corrupted page table page. On a 32 bit OS, parameter 2 contains a pointer to the number of used PTEs, and parameter 3 contains the number of used PTEs. Arg2: fffffa800640c5f0 Arg3: 000000000000ffff Arg4: 0000000000000000 BUGCHECK_STR: 0x1a_41790 PROCESS_NAME: chrome.exe FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x1a_41790_nt!_??_::FNODOBFM::_string_+35054 CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Tue Dec 11 21:01:42.180 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__121212-10483-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 0:06:26.055 Probably caused by :Ntfs.sys ( Ntfs!NtfsCreateScb+118 ) BugCheck 24, {1904fb, fffff88008c9f5c8, fffff88008c9ee20, fffff880012d1c88} BugCheck Info: NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM (24) Arguments: Arg1: 00000000001904fb Arg2: fffff88008c9f5c8 Arg3: fffff88008c9ee20 Arg4: fffff880012d1c88 PROCESS_NAME: svchost.exe BUGCHECK_STR: 0x24 DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: WIN7_DRIVER_FAULT FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x24_Ntfs!NtfsCreateScb+118 CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Mon Dec 10 20:32:54.579 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__121112-21231-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 0:13:57.453 Probably caused by :ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt! ?? ::FNODOBFM::`string'+2c8d1 ) BugCheck DE, {2, fffff8a05ab65b88, fffff8a00aca4a9b, 20d0ac8c0} BugCheck Info: POOL_CORRUPTION_IN_FILE_AREA (de) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000000002 Arg2: fffff8a05ab65b88 Arg3: fffff8a00aca4a9b Arg4: 000000020d0ac8c0 BUGCHECK_STR: 0xDE DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: WIN7_DRIVER_FAULT PROCESS_NAME: System FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0xDE_nt!_??_::FNODOBFM::_string_+2c8d1 CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Mon Dec 10 20:18:09.532 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__121112-12121-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 0:06:48.406 *** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for win32k.sys *** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for win32k.sys Probably caused by :Pool_Corruption ( nt!ExDeferredFreePool+cbb ) BugCheck 19, {3, fffff900c20f29f0, dce6f800dce6f8, fffff900c20f29f0} BugCheck Info: BAD_POOL_HEADER (19) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000000003, the pool freelist is corrupt. Arg2: fffff900c20f29f0, the pool entry being checked. Arg3: 00dce6f800dce6f8, the read back flink freelist value (should be the same as 2). Arg4: fffff900c20f29f0, the read back blink freelist value (should be the same as 2). BUGCHECK_STR: 0x19_3 PROCESS_NAME: oahlp.exe FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x19_3_nt!ExDeferredFreePool+cbb CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Mon Dec 10 20:10:30.249 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__121112-12386-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 8:53:59.123 Probably caused by :ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt! ?? ::FNODOBFM::`string'+35054 ) BugCheck 1A, {41790, fffffa800640c5f0, ffff, 0} BugCheck Info: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (1a) Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000041790, A page table page has been corrupted. On a 64 bit OS, parameter 2 contains the address of the PFN for the corrupted page table page. On a 32 bit OS, parameter 2 contains a pointer to the number of used PTEs, and parameter 3 contains the number of used PTEs. Arg2: fffffa800640c5f0 Arg3: 000000000000ffff Arg4: 0000000000000000 BUGCHECK_STR: 0x1a_41790 PROCESS_NAME: nvSCPAPISvr.ex FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x1a_41790_nt!_??_::FNODOBFM::_string_+35054 CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Mon Dec 10 02:31:56.916 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** Loading Dump File [C:UsersJohn_jcgriff2_dbug__Kernel__121012-12651-01.dmp] Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (8 procs) Free x64 Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333 System Uptime:0 days 2:42:41.790 Probably caused by :Ntfs.sys ( Ntfs!NtfsTeardownStructures+1aa ) BugCheck 24, {1904fb, fffff8800cf643b8, fffff8800cf63c10, fffff880012e171a} BugCheck Info: NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM (24) Arguments: Arg1: 00000000001904fb Arg2: fffff8800cf643b8 Arg3: fffff8800cf63c10 Arg4: fffff880012e171a PROCESS_NAME: VSSVC.exe BUGCHECK_STR: 0x24 DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: WIN7_DRIVER_FAULT FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x24_Ntfs!NtfsTeardownStructures+1aa CPUID: "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz" MaxSpeed: 3400 CurrentSpeed: 3400 BIOS Version P1.70 BIOS Release Date 06/11/2012 Manufacturer To Be Filled By O.E.M. Product Name To Be Filled By O.E.M. จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` 3rd Party Drivers:
The following is for information purposes only.
Any drivers in red should be updated or removed from your system. And should have been discussed in the body of my post.
Code: **************************Sun Dec 23 10:58:37.485 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** intelppm.sys Mon Jul 13 19:19:25 2009 (4A5BC0FD) MBfilt64.sys Thu Jul 30 23:40:32 2009 (4A7267B0) VX6KCamd.sys Tue Oct 6 21:52:44 2009 (4ACBF46C) VX6000Xp.sys Tue Oct 6 22:09:25 2009 (4ACBF855) LGBusEnum.sys Mon Nov 23 20:36:48 2009 (4B0B38B0) LGVirHid.sys Mon Nov 23 20:36:48 2009 (4B0B38B0) amdxata.sys Fri Mar 19 12:18:18 2010 (4BA3A3CA) k57nd60a.sys Tue May 10 00:42:30 2011 (4DC8C236) AsrAppCharger.sys Tue May 10 04:28:46 2011 (4DC8F73E) SASKUTIL64.SYS Tue Jul 12 17:00:01 2011 (4E1CB5D1) SASDIFSV64.SYS Thu Jul 21 19:03:00 2011 (4E28B024) ISCTD64.sys Tue Aug 23 13:32:39 2011 (4E53E437) RTKVHD64.sys Tue Sep 27 08:24:27 2011 (4E81C07B) WPRO_41_2001.sys Mon Nov 7 16:04:48 2011 (4EB847F0) ikbevent.sys Tue Jan 3 19:35:09 2012 (4F039EBD) imsevent.sys Tue Jan 3 19:35:31 2012 (4F039ED3) EtronXHCI.sys Fri Jan 6 03:59:41 2012 (4F06B7FD) EtronHub3.sys Fri Jan 6 03:59:47 2012 (4F06B803) dtsoftbus01.sys Fri Jan 13 08:45:46 2012 (4F10358A) iusb3hub.sys Mon Feb 27 05:56:50 2012 (4F4B6172) iusb3xhc.sys Mon Feb 27 05:56:53 2012 (4F4B6175) iusb3hcs.sys Mon Feb 27 05:58:49 2012 (4F4B61E9) PdiPorts.sys Fri Apr 13 14:29:34 2012 (4F88708E) GEARAspiWDM.sys Thu May 3 15:56:17 2012 (4FA2E2E1) IntcDAud.sys Tue Jun 19 10:40:51 2012 (4FE08F73) HECIx64.sys Mon Jul 2 18:14:58 2012 (4FF21D62) nvhda64v.sys Tue Jul 3 11:25:04 2012 (4FF30ED0) aswrdr2.sys Mon Oct 8 04:23:43 2012 (50728D8F) igdkmd64.sys Wed Oct 17 15:12:29 2012 (507F031D) Smb_driver_Intel.sys Thu Oct 18 00:57:56 2012 (507F8C54) aswFsBlk.SYS Tue Oct 30 18:43:04 2012 (509057F8) aswMonFlt.sys Tue Oct 30 18:43:09 2012 (509057FD) aswTdi.SYS Tue Oct 30 18:43:16 2012 (50905804) aswSP.SYS Tue Oct 30 18:44:06 2012 (50905836) aswSnx.SYS Tue Oct 30 18:44:08 2012 (50905838) nvlddmkm.sys Fri Nov 9 05:17:51 2012 (509CD84F) จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Sun Dec 23 02:09:44.730 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** igdkmd64.sys Thu Sep 13 23:30:58 2012 (5052A4F2) จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Mon Dec 10 20:32:54.579 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** OADriver.sys Tue Oct 2 09:01:51 2012 (506AE5BF) OAmon.sys Tue Oct 2 09:01:55 2012 (506AE5C3) จจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจจ`` **************************Mon Dec 10 20:18:09.532 2012 (UTC - 5:00)************************** oahlp64.sys Thu Jul 5 13:30:59 2012 (4FF5CF53) oanet.sys Tue Oct 2 09:02:00 2012 (506AE5C8) http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=intelppm.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=MBfilt64.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=VX6KCamd.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=VX6000Xp.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=LGBusEnum.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=LGVirHid.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=amdxata.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=k57nd60a.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=AsrAppCharger.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=SASKUTIL64.SYS
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=SASDIFSV64.SYS
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=ISCTD64.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=RTKVHD64.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=WPRO_41_2001.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=ikbevent.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=imsevent.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=EtronXHCI.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=EtronHub3.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=dtsoftbus01.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=iusb3hub.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=iusb3xhc.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=iusb3hcs.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=PdiPorts.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=GEARAspiWDM.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=IntcDAud.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=HECIx64.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=nvhda64v.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=aswrdr2.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=igdkmd64.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=Smb_driver_Intel.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=aswFsBlk.SYS
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=aswMonFlt.sys
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=aswTdi.SYS
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=aswSP.SYS
http://www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=aswSnx.SYS
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Optimize every aspect of Windows 7 with the System Advisor or manually.Repair corrupt registry entries and defragment the registry.Disable and enable services based on how you are using your computer.Adjust and edit hundreds of settings to fix your computer in a few easy clicks.Includes File Recovery (undelete) free of charge.

Other Auslogics software:

Auslogics Antivirus
Auslogics File Recovery
Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro

Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 is quite possibly the best overall system maintenance tool of the year. Having received 5 stars from CNET, they also receive a 10/10 full endorsement from Windows7Forums.com. BoostSpeed isn't just about making your computer fast: It's about making preventative maintenance manageable through one application. While the market calls for a typical system scan to attract buyers, that scan is entirely legitimate, and does correct serious registry problems in a way that far exceeds industry expectations. CCleaner, for example, can hardly hold a candle to this utility.

Looking closer at the System Advisor, we can determine whether or not the Internet connection can be automatically optimized. This is done with BoostSpeed through a manual or automatic setting in the Auslogics Internet Optimizer. Auslogics Registry Defrag will let you know that you can reduce registry access time and increase overall system performance by running this tool. This is a very delicate task that most freeware applications will not take on. Defragmenting the registry involves significant risk if there is a failure and that is why Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 comes with a Rescue Center, which can literally allow you to backup the changes that have been made within the program. The program will even automatically create these restore points before adjusting your system for perfect fine tuning.

If the Disk and Registry Maintenance options weren't enough, Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 comes with in-depth ways to determine and modify your System Status and Privacy. If that weren't enough, the System Tweaks area allows you to optimize your Windows services around how you use your computer. This can be so useful in a work environment, as most system services continue running unabated, even when they will never be used!

Control over startup items and installed software has never been easier. Needless duplicate files found on a system can be deleted and disks can be explored to discover what is eating up all of that storage space. The System tweaks area is where Auslogics BoostSpeed really shines. It contains management options for the User Interface, Start Menu, Taskbar, Windows Explorer, System Security, Startup and Shutdown, System, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and numerous additional Software Tweaks.

"Hi, I’m Jessica Dolcourt from CNET Download and this is a first look at Auslogics BoostSpeed. This is a top rated program that attempts to defrag, tweak, and otherwise optimize the computer where its most likely to get bogged down. Looking at the clean launch interface, you might never guess that there are 18 tools bundled into one app. The main pane is dominated by shortcuts for testing the health of the system. One Button Checkup will scan for issues and attempt to fix them. For instance, Disk Cleaner’s job is to find and remove junk files. With most scans you run, you’ll have the opportunity to take a closer look at the files, and to back them up before you change anything. Since the goal of the program is to optimize performance, BoostSpeed often frames problems in terms of how much space you would free if you deleted the loose files. On the left, the system tools are organized by activity: Computer, Cleanup, Optimization, Privacy, Settings, and so on. When you click the task category, you’ll see the available tools and a brief description of what they do. Clicking the tools launches it in a separate window, so that you can return to this main interface at any time. Most tools are easy to work their way around, and most changes can be undone in Auslogics Rescue Center, which you can get to from individual tool interfaces or from the settings on the BoostSpeed panel interface. In the Rescue Center, you’ll see a list of the changes you’ve made. You’ll be able to see full details for each entry and view archive backups as well. Which system files BoostSpeed will back up, and which it will leave alone, are things you can specify in the program settings, under the tab that says Rescue Center. We’re fans of Auslogics BoostSpeed for its comprehensive system maintenance and nicely packaged interface. Some of the app’s component parts are offered as stand-alone freeware products, such as the Disk Defrag…" - Courtesy CNET Review of Auslogics BoostSpeed

Under User Interface:
Disable AeroMake menu bars and window frames opaque instead of translucentDo not animate windows when minimizing and maximizingSlow the window animations when holding Shift keyDisable 3D Window SwitchingAdd context menu to activate Flip 3DTurn off Aero PeekTurn off Aero SnapTurn off Aero Shake
Under Visual Effects:
Hide window contents while draggingDo not drop shadows under icons on the desktopDo not use translucent selection rectangleShow Windows version in the desktop bottom right cornerSelect how you want the arrows displayed on shortcuts
Under Animation:
Do not allow window animationDo not use smooth scrolling for list boxesDo not animate drop-down listsSelect tooltip animation types
Menu:
Do not use menu fading animation effectsHide shadows under menusHide underlined letters for keybaord navigation until ALT is pressedMenu animation effects optionsDelay before displaying submenus (in milliseconds!)Full font smoothing optionsExtended ClearType and Standard font smoothing options
Start Menu:
Hide "Log Off" from the Start MenuHide the "Run itemHide "Set Program Access And Defaults" ("Default Programs" in Vista)Hide the "Help and Support" itemHide the "All Programs" menuHide "Administrative Tools"Hide the list of frequently used programsHide the list of pinned programsHide the "See more results" link
Under Folder options determine whether to hide individual items, show them as a link, or show them as a menu easily

Effects:
Do not highlight recently installed programsDo not show partially installed programs in grayDo not sort the "All Programs" menu by nameDisable the context menu and drag itemsDisable the "Start" button tooltipExpand menu when you hover the mouse pointer over an itemEnable small icons in the Start menu
Taskbar:
Show notification areaDo not display tooltips in the notification areaDo not hide unused icons in the notification areaDo not display the network activity icon in the notification areaDo not display the sound settings icon in the notification areaDo not display the battery icon in the notifications areaAuto-hide taskbarDo not slide taskbar buttonsAllow moving or rearranging taskbar itemsGroup similar buttons: Do not group, Group when full, Always group and hide tagsButtons: Configure advanced settings for taskbar application buttons
Explorer:
Show hidden filesShow file extensionsuse Windows classic foldersDisplay checkboxes to help select multiple filesAlways show the menu bar in Windows ExplorerDisable file and folder pop-up descriptionsDisplay folder size in the folder tooltip
Thumbnails:
Disable thumbnail cache creationDo not display thumbnails in network foldersThumbnail quality - 0-100%Thumbnail size in pixelsShow address bar folder path autocompleteShow address bar folder path autosuggestShow address bar maximized as a drop-down listInclude variable "PATH" into search pathDisable automatic replacement of a blackslash to a forward slash
Context Menu:
Show "Open Command Prompt"Show "Send To"Show "Copy to Folder..."Show "Move to Folder..."Show "Run as administrator"Show "Take ownership"Show "Search..."
Options:
Restore open Explorer windows when you restartDisable CD burning functions in Windows ExplorerRun Desktop and Explorer tasks as seperate processesRun each Explorer window as a seperate processAutomatically restart the shell if a shell error occursDisable the option to search the Internet when you open a file with unknown extension
Explorer items:
Display encrypted and compressed files and folders in a different colorDrive letter is displayed after disk labelDrive letter is displayed before disk labelDrive letter is displayed before disk label for network driveDrive letter is not displayed!
Autoplay:

Disable autorun for:
Removable drives (Floppy, flash-drive, etc)Non-removable drives (hard disk, etc)Optical disk drives (CD, DVD, etc)Temporary memory disk (RAM-disk)Network drivesUnknown drive types
Command Prompt:
Enable advanced modeEnable delayed expansion of environmental variablesEnable quick editingFile names autocomplete hotkeyFolder names autocomplete hotkey
System Security:
Disable User Acount ControlSet all UAC options including advanced options only found in registry
Privacy Policy:
Wipe page file on computer shutdownClear the "Recent documents" list on logoffDo not create the "Recent Documents" listDo not store your logon password on the diskDisable hidden sharesDisable user trackingEnable encrypt/decrypt options in ExplorerDisable Faster User Switching
For anonymous users:
Access is allowed with the default settingsTransfer of accounts and SAM names is prohibitedAccess is denied if permits are not specified
Windows Defender:
Disable Windows DefenderDisable heuristic scanningDisable archive scansDisable removable media scansDisable e-mail scansDisable real-time protectionDisable real-time protection promptsDisable downloads checkupDisable executable files checkupDisable definition updates through alternate download locationsCheck for new signatures before scheduled scansDo not log unknown detectionsDo not log known good detections
Startup and Shutdown:
Disable Windows startup soundDisable parsing AUTOEXEC.BATDisplay information about previous logons during user logonDisable Ctrl-Alt-Del before logonRun logon scripts simultaneouslyOptimize system files placement on the diskSpecify time to wait before running Check Disk (chkdsK) in seconds
Event Logging:
Do not log any eventsLog standard events onlyLog all startup and shutdown events
Legal Notice:
Write any legal notice you want during startup of Microsoft Windows
Automatic login:
Use autologin and set credentials, including username, password, and domain
System:

OEM Info:

Configure Windows OEM attributes, such as the manufacturer's logo and support information that appears in the System Properties window.

This includes:
ManufacturerModelSupport URLWorking HoursPhone120x120 pixel logo
Application Start:
Disable "Program Compatibility Assistant"Disable "Program Compatibility Wizard"Disable running 16-bit applicationsRun 16-bit programs as a separate processAdd checkbox "Run in seperate memory space" for 16-bit applications
Error Handling:
Disable sound when errors occurAutomatic restart in case of a critical errorSend error reportsShow error notification in windowDon't save reports on your computerDon't send additional information in a reportDon't write error information into system log
If an error occurs:
Ask user consent to send a reportAutomatically include only basic information in the reportAutomatically include all but personal data in the reportAutomatically include all data in the report
Internet Explorer:

Interface:
Disable visual-styled controls in Internet Explorer pagesDisable page transitionsDisable Clear Type fontsDisable smooth scrollingDisable autoamtic updatesAlways show menusDo not show extended error messagesDo not show the welcome text for new opened tabsDo not show warning messages when closing tabsDo not send bug reports via the InternetAlways ask before downloading filesPlace the menu above the address bar
Behavior:
Let Internet Explorer decide how pop-ups should openAlways open pop-ups in a new windowAlways open pop-ups in a new tab
Specify how Internet Explorer displays a web page when it's launched from another program:
Opens in a new windowOpens in a new tab in the current windowOpens in the current tab or window
Connections
Speed up web browsing in IE by using more concurrent Internet connectionsIncludes anywhere from 1-20 connections (Default is 4)
Options:
Default file download directoryHome PageCaption string that is displayed after the page title
Microsoft Office:
Do not track document editing timeBlock updates from the Office Update SiteDisable Customer Experience Improvement programDisable error reportingDisable logging Microsoft Office activityDisable Office DiagnosticsDisable clipboard dialog boxPrevent Office Help from resizing the application window
Microsoft Word:
Do not check spelling as you typeDo not check grammar as you typeDo not use background printingDo not auto-save background printingDo not auto-save documents in the backgroundDo not use translucent selectionDo not check if MS Word is the default HTML editor
Microsoft Excel:
Show Formula bar in Full ViewCache spreadsheetsCache PivotTable reportsUndo steps: Set from 0 to 100
Software tweaks (The ones we can see so far)

Skype:
Disable file transferDisable loading language filesDisable publishing Skype status on the WebDisable Skype Public APIDisable checking for updatesDisable listening for TCP connectionsDisable UDP communications
Windows Media Player
Disable auto-updatesDisable automatic codec downloadsDisable Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM)Disable video smoothingDisable CD and DVD Media information retrievalDisable music file media information retrievalDisable media file sharingDisable script handling in media filesHide the "Privacy" tab in the settingsHide the "Security" tab in the settingsHide the "Network" tab in the settings
Adobe Reader:
Disable splash screenDisplay PDF in the browser windowDisable Purchase Acrobat item in the menu
Firefox:
Disable link prefetchingDo not reduce memory when minimizedDo not download favorite icons (favicons)Disable blinking elementsForce frames to be reesizableUse old style for opening tabsShow all images / Block all images / Load images from the requird site only and block images from othersClose Tab Button full range of optionsHow long Firefox waits for the web page data before it displays the page (From 0 to 1 sec)
System Information includes everything:
OverviewGeneralHardwareCPUMotherbaordMemory ModulesVideoStorageIO DevicesInput DevicesModemsNetwork AdaptersResourcesProblem DevicesOperating SystemProgramsNetworkApplication ErrorsDevice ManagerMemory UsagePerformance
Tasks show Applications, processes, services, and locked files. You can unlock locked files, change the status of services, end processes, and modify application data.

Auslogics Disk Explorer will show what folders are taking up the most space and allow you to delete empty folders on your system.

File Recovery allows you to undelete files.

Speed Up Internet includes:
Automatic tuningAuto HeuristicsDefault TTLGlobal Max TCP WindowMax MTUTCP Window SizeMax Connections Per 1_0 ServerMax Simultaneous HTTP ConnectionsFirefox Max ConnectionsFirefix Max Connections Per Server
TCP/IP
1323 OptsACK FrequencyARP Cache LifeARP Cache Min Reference LifeARP Cache SizeAuto HeuristicsAuto TuningCongestion ControlDefault TTLDel ACK TicksDisable Task OffloadECN CapabilityEnable PMTU BH DetectEnable PMTU DiscoveryFin Wait DelayGlobal Max TCP Window SizeInitial RTTIPv6 over IPv4Keep Alive InternalKeep Alive TimeMax Connect RetriesMax Data RetransmissionsMax Dup ACKsMax MTUNum ConnectionsReceive-side ScalingSACK EnabledTCP Window SizeSYN Attack ProtectTimed Wait DelayUse RFC1122 Urgent Pointer
Winsock:
Default Receive WindowDefault Send WindowLarge Buffer SizeMedium Buffer SizeNon Blocking Send Special bufferingSmall Buffer SizeTransmit Worker
Workstation:
Request Buffer SizeUse Raw ReadUse Raw WriteUse Write Raw Data
Dns Cache:
Adapter Timeout TimeHash Table Bucket SizeHash Table SizeMax Entry TTL LimitMax SOA Entry TTL LimitNegative SOA TimeNegative TimeNet Failure Time
Internet Explorer:
DNS Cache EnabledDNS Cache TimeoutKeepAlive TimeoutMax Connections Per 1_0 ServerMax Connections Per ServerReceive TimeoutServer Info TimeoutSocket Receive Buffer LengthSocket Send Buffer LengthTCP Autotuning
Firefox:
Disable IPv6DNS Cache EntriesDNS Cache ExpirationHTTP Connect TimeoutKeepAlive TimeoutMax ConnectionsMax Connections Per ServerMax Persistent Connections Per ServerMax Persistent Connections Per ProxyPipeliningPipelining Max RequestsPrefetch NextProxy PipeliningUse KeepAliveUsing Proxy KeepAlive
(Auto-optimization is based on Over 1Mbps / 1Mbps or lower (default that Windows assumes) / or 128kbps or lower)

The built-in System Advisor determines (THESE ARE JUST SOME):
Can the Internet connection be optimized?Is the registry fragmented?Can Windows shutdown be sped up?Can incorrect drivers be updated? (It updates them in Auslogics Device Manager)
Quick Tasks allow you to:
Erase browser historyErase Windows historyCleanupt emporary filesOptimize memory
Privacy allows you to shred files and wippe entire disks.

Let's check that one again:
Disk MaintenanceFree Up SpaceRemove DuplicatesExplore diskDisk cleanupDisk defragmentDisk repairSoftware ControlSystem TweaksService OptimizationDisaster RecoveryFile RecoveryRescue CenterRegistry MaintenanceRegistry RepairRegistry DefragmentSystem StatusSystem InformationSystem TasksSystem ServicesLocked FilesComputer PrivacyErase Computer HistoryShred FilesWipe disksSpeed Up InternetInternet OptimizationMemory Optimization
It is quite probable that Auslogics BoostSpeed is the best program on the market for system repair and optimization EVER. Even if you don't know how to use the options listed above, that is why this program is great. It really DOES it for you. It really does repair your registry, with money behind it that went into big time research and development.

Their previous freeware products have been used regularly by IT professionals, but this product includes absolutely everything. There is nothing missing in this program, and updates are absolutely frequent. It is the one application I would recommend to every member of Windows7Forums.com without hesitation. Even if you do not know what these settings mean, this program will optimize and repair your system without any doubt. Today, there are so many programs that "claim" to do this and do that. When we saw Auslogics offering a commercial solution I had to start offering it on my website after I saw what it could do. I had to make a video about it. I had to find a way to provide a discount to members.

I have recommended it to my mother, my grandparents, and I will bring it up to a client I am currently working with tomorrow who is asking for Windows XP. This is the program that you need to automatically manage your system and keep it up-to-date, speedy, and performing in top condition.

Windows 7 Forums Rating: 10/10 Stars

Don't take my word for it. CNET gave them 5/5 stars too!

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