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Random fatal freezes windows 7 64-bit


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Solice93

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Hello, my computer seems to be having random problems with freezing and not responding to anything. I think it has some kind of data corruption in system 32 but I can't tell for sure. Certain programs have reported that they have failed or cannot work: Logitech Analytics client (unicode) has stopped working, logitech_discord.exe - bad image. C:\windows\system32\pnrpnsp.dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains an error(it shows me this message twice in a row every time on startup).

I have a 250GB SSD which I keep on the essentials on and a 2TB HDD that I've transferred the default location of the desktop, downloads, etc. to. I've run CHKDSK and SFC but the first comes up with nothing problematic and SFC says that there are corrupt files but that it can't do anything about it. I've tried running it from the install disk and safe mode, but no luck. I'm at my wits end and I'm afraid that it will start corrupting my entire computer. Please help, and thank you for your time.
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Hi,
 
When SFC report errors Microsoft have a tool that could help fixing the errors, download the System Update Readiness Tool (SUR) that matches your Operating System
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947821
 
Save it to some place, its a big download and eventually you need to run it several times, keep the file in safe place.
Run the tool. Its like an Update but it can take a long time to do the work. You will get an Installation Complete screen when it's done running.
 
After running SUR restart the computer and run SFC /scannow again to see if it continues to report errors or not.
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