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the vew files
i wonder what happened, there were no programs installed in the meantime
Edited by honshu, 19 January 2015 - 11:29 AM.
Run Autoruns and look for more yellow items. I think these: UimBus Uim_DEVIM Uim_IM are left from paragon uninstall. Should have been removed but weren't.
Forgot to ask if the dropbox file shows a bad boot or a good one.
outlook will take a long time opening the profile during a bad boot
Let me see the two FRST files. I may be able to make some sense of it.
Also I think you need to uninstall mbam. Fully 1/2 of the proc mon log is made up from mbam actions.
This log is only about 4 minutes long. Major thing I see happening is some updates (KB2492386, KB2868725, KB2923545, KB3023266, KB2726535,and a bunch of others) getting installed wonder if they get reinstalled every time or if this was just a one time thing.
Guess we are going to need another boot log to see. Wonder if this is related to not showing any updates in the speccy log.
history of update only showing some 6 updates as well, programs as earlierer mentioned, shows all updates installed
indeed strange this update matter, installed one with date of 14th june
just found a system repair disc date sept 2011, and I think it is the one i made after installening win 7 on the SSD
would it make sense to run it?
Up to you. Might be faster than trying to fix whatever is broken. You will need to install a bunch of updates. I would not let ccleaner do anything other than clean the temp files. It sometimes gets carried away.
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