I checked windows installed updates still no IE. I'm still with IE8.
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Edited by rigs, 13 December 2013 - 09:45 PM.
can you ask him, what can be causing this problem?
@ECHO OFF set ZIPFOLDER=%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\DonnaB del %ZIPFOLDER%\*.* /a /f /q rmdir %ZIPFOLDER% /s /q mkdir %ZIPFOLDER% del %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\DonnaB.zip /a /f /q xcopy %windir%\*.log %ZIPFOLDER%\ /H /Y echo Set objArgs = WScript.Arguments > _zipIt.vbs echo InputFolder = objArgs(0) >> _zipIt.vbs echo ZipFile = objArgs(1) >> _zipIt.vbs echo CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").CreateTextFile(ZipFile, True).Write "PK" ^& Chr(5) ^& Chr(6) ^& String(18, vbNullChar) >> _zipIt.vbs echo Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") >> _zipIt.vbs echo Set source = objShell.NameSpace(InputFolder).Items >> _zipIt.vbs echo objShell.NameSpace(ZipFile).CopyHere(source) >> _zipIt.vbs echo wScript.Sleep 2000 >> _zipIt.vbs CScript _zipIt.vbs %ZIPFOLDER% %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\DonnaB.zip del .\_zipIt.vbs /a /f /q del %ZIPFOLDER%\*.* /a /f /q rmdir %ZIPFOLDER% /s /q start explorer.exe %userprofile%\Desktop
I have a question it may sound like a dumb one but, how do I expand the middle panel to full view on disk management?
After replacing those corrupt files, there should be no reason why the Windows Features list is still blank unless there is a deeper corruption which I believe there is, and you can not just copy the SoftwareDistribution folder from another computer as a replacement. From my understanding they are computer specific and should regenerate itself if deleted in most occasions. The only other way to correct it is a reinstall or restore to factory condition.
as for deleting or renaming the "Software Distribution" folder, I did not do either.
Hm? I don't recall you mentioning there is an on/off problem so you will have to elaborate a bit on that. The more you tell me, the better.
as for IE, it has taken a back seat due to my windows on/off problem.
while I'm backing my personal files in case of a recovery..(I have alot)
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