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Some services on my Windows Vista is unable to start properly


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Take your time, we're not in a hurry :)
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hi there again!! ^_^

sorry for not being able to reply these few days
and i think its gonna keep me busy for some more time
but first i thought of downloading the recovery disc
but then im not sure if im going to download the 64 bit or 84 bit
the system in my control panel states that i have a 32 bit OS
so does that mean i should use the x64?
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Hello,
You should download the 84bit, as instructed. 32bit is the same as 84bit :)
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hi there its been a while sorry for that but i was suppose to try the recovery today
but the thing is i cannot start the cd
it is said that i should run it while the pc is on and not from boot
but every time i try to open the cd it just open the explorer and there is no setup file to be found
should i try opening it on boot?
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No. While you're in windows insert the DVD and then open My Computer. Click on your DVD drive. If that opens an application, then continue with the instructions.
If not, it should display the contents of the DVD, there should be a file called setup.exe there, open it and continue with the instructions
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hi there!! :)

thanks for replying and sorry for the bother,
here is a snapshot of the contents of the image,
there arent any setup.exe even within the folders,
so im wandering if i got the file right
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Hello,
Sorry about Windows CD. That would most probably solve the issue :)

Let's try other things:

  • Go to Start and click Run
  • Type cmd.exe and press enter
  • Type:

    netsh int ip reset

  • Close the window.
  • Left click here and select save target as:
  • In the dialog window name it reset.reg and save it in your Desktop.
  • You should have a file looking like this:
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  • Double click it and select Yes in the prompt.
  • Restart
  • Check if anything has changed. If not, continue.
  • Follow the guide here to reset registry permissions.
  • Restart and check again for any changes.

Tell me the result
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hello there,
thanks for replying :)

sorry to inform you but the plan failed and the internet was reverted back to the first time i had this problem
so currently it returned to its first state wherein both the network along internet and firewall are malfunctioning

may i know what do you mean by the windows cd? is there any way for me to access it properly?
cause it looks like that could be the solution to this problem


edited: hi there again,
i tried to revive the internet again
and apparently i can get through the net as long as i input the data needed for the ip connection
and since it was on a router i was able to copy the information on the other computer and input the same ones
but the thing is i went back to using the cable instead of the wifi now
so i just want to let you know about that

Edited by SiLveR001, 27 June 2011 - 03:03 AM.

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Hello,

You can try to use a static IP, as DHCP is failing, that would normally give you access to the internet wirelessly.



Next:

  • Restore the default local Group Policy for Windows Vista. To do this, follow these steps:
  • Download the Microsoft_Security_Compliance_Manager.Setup.exe file. The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.
  • On the Windows Vista computer, install the file in the default installation location.
  • Open the Microsoft Security Compliance Manager\GPOAccelerator Tool\Security Group Policy Objects folder. Double-click the command-line here tool.
  • At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:

    cscript GPOAccelerator.wsf /Restore

  • Restart the computer.




Next:

Follow this guide and add the permissions to all the registry keys listed.
I don't have a vista machine to try it first, so if anything is wrong just tell me and we'll see what to do
After this restart, and tell me the results
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hi there :)
thanks for the fast reply i read through the steps and i found at the link on the last step is this:

APPLIES TO

Windows Vista Business
Windows Vista Enterprise
Windows Vista Ultimate

unfortunately my vista is only home premium so do we still continue with this procedure?
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Yes, try it, but if the name in step 4:

4. In the "Enter the object names to select field, type "NT SERVICE\mpssvc". Then click “Check name.”

Isn't recognized, then stop.
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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Hello,

Welcome back. :)
I still have a few ideas available.

Download Process Monitor on your Desktop
Extract it and open it.
While having it open, do something that will reproduce the error, like trying to enable firewall, or trying to connect to the internet etc...
Leave it some time open, 4-5 minutes.
Then go to File > Save.
Under Events to Save select All Events
At the path, set it to your Desktop and click OK.
You will have a file called Logfile.PML at your Desktop. Zip it and attach it here. If you can't zip it, upload it as is at MediaFire
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hi there :)
thnx for replying fast :unsure:

uhm i think there's something wrong with my pc because i only run it for about 6 mins?
but the file created was a total of 950mb and the processes listed were about 2 million
is there something i did wrong?

i just followed the instructions earlier
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I think your computer just don't like us :)

Open Process monitor again
Reproduce the error as before.
Go to Filter tab, select Filter...
At the first drop down list, select Result
At the second one, select Containts
At the third type:

denied

Make sure the fourth is Included
Click the Add button and then OK
Leave it some time there, there should be a few records
Go to File > Save
Under Events to Save select Events displayed using current filter and check the checkbox "Also include profiling events"
Select the path to your Desktop
Click OK
Attach the file here
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