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OK. Please let it running.
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okay, that window automatically closed, i had to answer my door and when i got back, it was gone, must have finished, so do i have to reboot first? Then download attachment cbs-log.zip?

Edited by sicilian, 24 September 2011 - 11:49 AM.

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You don't need to reboot. Just follow my instructions here.
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okay, here is the link to that file. http://www.2shared.c...nv/cbs-log.html i still have that link page open cuz theres another link for admin... Lemme know if i can close it, also have command prompt open, can i close that?
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You can close all opened applications.

And you should upload cbs-log.zip file. You uploaded cbs-log.bat file.:)
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a little confused, think u want the original zip you posted here for me to download?
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Sorry. You have to upload CBS.log.
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okay, i downloaded your zip to my desktop, and extracted it to my desktop. I now have 2 cbs-log on desktop. 1 file, and the original zip. Which 1 do you want?
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Neither of those.

Did you completed these steps below?
  • UnZip cbs-log.zip to your desktop.
  • Double click on cbs-log.bat icon.
  • CBS.log file will be on your desktop.
  • Please upload CBS.log file here and post a link to it in your next reply.

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Yes, i tried those steps, here is your zip and its unzipped folder on my desktop. Each having 1 file inside. I double click on both files inside those 2 on my desktop but nothing happens? the file folder(on right) has ms-dos batch file. Your original zip seems to have the log.bat. but thats the one you gave me to download so i dont think you want that?

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Edited by sicilian, 24 September 2011 - 01:09 PM.

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Please open Windows Explorer and navigate to: C:\windows\logs\cbs\ . Inside that folder should be a file CBS.log which I need you to upload.
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The only log thats in there is a direct x text document. The other day i accidently extracted directx to my desktop, and it just put files all over my desktop, so i deleted them. This must be from that. But thats all i have in my C:\WINDOWS\Logs

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Edited by sicilian, 24 September 2011 - 01:37 PM.

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OK. Leave this. I only wanted to see if sfc replaced some system files.

Now... Let me know what problems you currently have with your computer.
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Well, besides all that doesnt seem to work, im not to sure, whats goin on? I thought windows still had to boot from the drive check as per instructions?

"Windows will schedule it for the next boot
Reboot"

what happend with the Dllcache folder that has become corrupted? I do know that i cant get the plug in to show up in firefox.

Edited by sicilian, 24 September 2011 - 01:52 PM.

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I thought windows still had to boot from the drive check as per instructions?

It doesn't?

Please answer to these questions:

What I need to know is how is your computer running now?

What problems you have when you use it?

Is it still slow?

Your computer is still freezing up?

Are you getting not responding errors?
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