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As a test and only a test could you please remove MSe reboot and check the issue.

you can re-install later if you wish. :thumbsup:
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Still just as bad if not worse now.


EDIT: On my control panel I have a lot of microsoft visual C+ programs that I think are useless.

Edited by Ren12, 01 February 2013 - 07:27 PM.

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It;s in a worse state then it previous was tbh :(

It really sucks because I literally can't do anything with my pc right now. Rebooting won't fix it either.

Edited by Ren12, 01 February 2013 - 09:15 PM.

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We really changed nothing major on your machine the steps that I had you do are easily reversable if you say it is worse. :thumbsup:

Sounds to me like you may need to repair your OS if you do not have your disk you can get a copy from here.

Go here and download your version of win 7.
http://www.w7forums....ads-t12325.html


Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64)


Then perform a repair install with the disk.
http://captaindbg.com/repairinstall/
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It's actually back to the way it was now.
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It's actually back to the way it was now.


As in .............. :confused:
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It's actually back to the way it was now.


As in .............. :confused:


As in it's back to not being worse then before. So it was the way it was. Which means it's stable as long as I don't open any games.

Also there are too many links. which one exactly.
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Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64) :thumbsup:
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Hey just want to check back with you. Sorry for the huge delay but I was super busy this week.

I'm in the process of downloading (since I couldn't find my disk) and will do the repair shortly after.

I hope the problem is as simple as windows repair
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Keep us posted. :thumbsup:
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Im confused beween the two links you provided. I donlladed the service pack but when I open it the instructions you gave me on your second link don't help me.

The instructions for the second link correspond with if I actually had a disk to begin with.


When the donwnload was finished it opens up with power2go and I have no clue what to do next.
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Oh wow I actually have to burn it on a writable disk.

That doesn't make sense to me logically. If it's downloaded on the computer why would I need to burn and then re insert the disk into my computer again.

That's counter intuitive.
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These are iso images and it wont hurt to have the disk in case you ever run into a problem and cant boot into windows.
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These are iso images and it wont hurt to have the disk in case you ever run into a problem and cant boot into windows.


So what am I supposed to do since I finished downloading it?
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So what am I supposed to do since I finished downloading it?



Burn it to a DVD.
http://download1us.s...urner-Setup.exe

Then perform the repair install.
http://www.sevenforu...ir-install.html
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