Windows 7 home premium - 64bit OS
I have an OEM win 7 disc and have read somewhere that I cant use it to repair the corrupt files?
Not sure if this is anything to do with the problem but my IE9 also freezes regularly (use F5 a lot) and it would not let me upgrade to IE10 or 11?
Had a lot of help from another site, between us we have tried the following but unfortunately as you will read, we did not find a solution. Wondered if any of you have come across this issue before and /or may have any possible solutions.
Have a clean scannow, and tried the System Update Readiness Tool -no errors
Tried this in aggressive mode-no errors : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910336
Deleted the folder C:\629be02b735e0c04688e0c, and any similarly named folders.
Unfortunately, it appears that your IE installation troubles aren't really over. It appears that they are actually the cause of the SP1 pre-installation components failing to install, and there are currently no tools which can detected this sort of corruption. I'm really sorry, but I no longer think this is fixable, as I just am not able to get a marker on what's corrupt - it literally could be anywhere
suggestion would be an In-Place Upgrade