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OK. That worked but it said it can't fix everythin so let's look to see what it couldn't fix.
Open your elevated command prompt.
findstr /c:"[SR]" \windows\logs\cbs\cbs.log > \junk.txt
Once you get that entered without an error then :
attach the file
I did (think) what you said, but nothing is showing after I click enter. please let me know what I doing wrong.
Ps, here is the pic of the result of it to you see it.
Ps. also I don't know where to do C:\Junk.text, do you can tell me please how to do this step. Thanks
I try to do it in command prompt is not recognize
Edited by transit, 26 December 2016 - 10:29 PM.
the line you entered just creates the file C:\junk.txt Looks like you did it correctly.
You can see the file by typing
and hitting Enter. That should open the file in notepad but if you can't copy and paste that doesn't help much.
To Attach a file:
More Reply Options, Choose File (\junk.txt) , Open, Attach This File
If you can't see the file you may have to tell windows to let you see it:
I think this computer going to crash soon, now is not start up, said something about repair something in the beginning when I turn it on, I just turn it off last night and when I turn it up the morning tell me this. this is frustrate
here is the file c:\junt.txt please let me know if that is what you need
Ps. do you want me to do the View again?
Edited by transit, 27 December 2016 - 10:49 PM.
See if sfcfix will help.
Run VEW again for both System and Application and let's see if the boot problem left a message.
I run a diagnostic that this computer bring, this was last night, this morning I turn on the computer and the message of repair not show, start up normally, is this a glick? an sorry for get you so much problem with my problem..
I running an antivirus scan right now, when finish I will send you the View result
Q. how often I need to run the antivirus?
Error 75 usually means you forgot to right click and Run As Administrator.
I run the boot-time scan about once a month or so unless the PC is acting up or I hit a bad website.
You right I think I did what you said.. sorry.
Were you ever able to upgrade the video driver?
Your VEW is showing a lot of video errors.
You are also showing a lot of fax errors. Search for
and hit Enter. That should bring up the services window. Find Fax and right click on it and select Properties. Change the Startup Type: to Disabled. OK. That just turns off the fax service which no one uses these days anyway.
While in the services window find:
Windows Driver Foundation - User-mode Driver Framework and select Properties. Change the Startup Type: to Automatic. OK. That should correct
'System' Date/Time: 29/12/2016 2:53:43 PMType: Warning Category: 212Event: 219 Source: Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-PnPThe driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device WpdBusEnumRoot\UMB\2&37c186b&1&STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_GENERIC-&PROD_COMPACT_FLASH&REV_1.00#8&B400CA5&0&20060413092100000&0#.
well, I use fax just in occasion when is urgent, but I not have any fax connect in this computer, I use the computer to send the fax, some company still using fax to receive legal documents so, I need it sometime it is possible to uninstall it and re-install it, but how is that possible to have so many error in fax if not in use? I forget to do the video thing, but I will do it, I download the video software to my computer but I didn't look for the video files. I did the window driver foundation to automatic.
please let me know
Can't say I have ever used fax but it appears that there are some configuration options that need to be set. Haven't a clue what they are.
If you are just sending faxes then you can use one fo the free web services:
Please try to upgrade the video driver.
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