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Posted 16 August 2011 - 07:57 PM
I don't mean to bail on you, but some stuff came up and I can't make these logs anymore.
RKinner has graciously volunteered to take over for me. You'll be in even better hands than me as he is an Expert.
Again I am sorry I had to bail. Good Luck!
Posted 16 August 2011 - 08:36 PM
Posted 16 August 2011 - 10:06 PM
The last scan you did said there was a file: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\temp\_uninst_09479259.bat
Can you find it and right click and select Edit? Then copy and paste the text.
Do the same for C:\shutdown.bat
1. Double-click My Computer, and then right-click the hard disk that you want to check. C:
2. Click Properties, and then click Tools.
3. Under Error-checking, click Check Now. A dialog box that shows the Check disk options is displayed,
4. Check both boxes and then click Start.
You will receive the following message:
The disk check could not be performed because the disk check utility needs exclusive access to some Windows files on the disk. These files can be accessed by restarting Windows. Do you want to schedule the disk check to occur the next time you restart the computer?
Click Yes to schedule the disk check, but don't restart yet.
Start, Run, eventvwr.msc, OK to bring up the Event Viewer. Right click on System and Clear All Events, No (we don't want to save the old log), OK. Repeat for Application. Reboot. The disk check will run and will probably take an hour or more to finish.
Start, Run, sfc /scannow, OK
SPACE after sfc. This will check your critical system files. If it asks for a CD and you don't have one or it doesn't like your CD just tell it to SKIP.
Start, Run, sigverif, OK
Press Start. This will check your drivers. If you just get a few when it finishes tell me what they are. If you get a lot just look for those with newish dates (since about the time the problem started.)
1. Please download the Event Viewer Tool by Vino Rosso
and save it to your Desktop:
2. Double-click VEW.exe
3. Under 'Select log to query', select:
4. Under 'Select type to list', select:
Then use the 'Number of events' as follows:
1. Click the radio button for 'Number of events'
Type 20 in the 1 to 20 box
Then click the Run button.
Notepad will open with the output log.
Please post the Output log in your next reply then repeat but select Application.
Get Process Explorer
Save it to your desktop then run it (Vista or Win7 - right click and Run As Administrator). Click once or twice on the CPU column header to sort things by CPU usage with the big hitters at the top. File, Save As, Save. Open the file Procexp.txt on your desktop and copy and paste the text to a reply.
Open OTL again and select either the Use SafeList or All option in the Extra Registry group then the Run Scan button. Post the two logs it produces in your next reply.
Posted 16 August 2011 - 11:23 PM
shutdown -f -s
I will continue with the disk check and let it run, however I am going to bed so I will post the rest of my results tomorrow. Thanks for taking this over, it is definitely proving to be a persistent bugger.
I just realized something after thinking about the text it contained. I am pretty sure the "shutdown" file is something that I created a few years ago as a quick way to shut down my computer. So if you are wondering what it is doing there I think it's harmless. The date does coincide with when I remember creating it. Just thought I would let you know.
Edited by Anderwolf, 16 August 2011 - 11:26 PM.
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