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Windows Repair all in one

http://www.tweaking....all_in_one.html

Download it and save it then run it.

You can skip to step 4 or 5 where it gives you the same picture as in the above link.

Make sure all of these are checked before hitting Start:

Reset Registry Permissions
Reset File Permissions
Register System Files
Repair WMI
Repair Windows Firewall
Repair Internet Explorer
Repair MDAC & MS Jet
Repair Hosts File
Remove Policies Set By Infections
Repair Icons
Repair Winsock & DNS Cache
Remove Temp Files
Repair Proxy Settings
Unhide Non System Files
Repair Windows Updates
Repair CD/DVD Missing/Not Working

Reboot when done
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Sorry having a blonde moment

Edited by Steviep, 15 November 2013 - 12:41 PM.

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Hi, thats me run that should there have been a report?
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msconfig.JPG

Is this right for msconfig?
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No if you ran it that's all we need from it. See if you can go into msconfig and change things now.
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I expect the modified boot.ini is the one that will allow you to get the boot log.
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The problem is that button is greyed out and I cant select that option
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Can you click on the boot.ini tab and do a screen shot of that?
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It's not going to create a bootlog from the looks of it. If you boot into the Safe mode menu there should be an option to create a boot log.
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tried safe mode and chose enable boot logging however doesnt seem to make any difference
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But did it update the boot log? c:\windows\ntbtlog.txt
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The only log is the one from the 13th

Edited by Steviep, 16 November 2013 - 05:50 AM.

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I'm going off island today. Won't be back on line until tomorrow.

You might try creating a new user with admin rights. Log in as the new user and see if you can get msconfig to cooperate that way.
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Hi, I created a new user but get exactly the same thing
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