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Is this what you did to update the certificate?

Verisign Root Certificate Authority

Start your Internet Browser and go to VeriSign Root Certificate Authority Update.
Click "Click Here".
Click "Accept".
Click "Open".
Click "Install Certificate".
Follow the prompts in the Certificate Import Wizard to install the certificate.
Click "OK".
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No. I went to mmc, and basically imported the file that was exported from the other computer
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Did it install properly? If not, try it through the Certificate Authority.
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just did, per what you left and still won't run sfc, I am going to reboot and see if that helps.
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didn't make a difference. do you think that the sfc problem and the winlogon screen are related?
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They might be...

When you ran sfc, just how did you do it?
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I tried two different ways. I went to start-run and then typed sfc(space)/scannow and then pulled a dos prompt and tried it from c:\
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Start > Run > cmd...ENTER

sfc /scannow ENTER

Like that?
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same result; the specific error code is 0x000006ba the rpc server is unavailable
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Have you tried running it from Safe Mode with command prompt? Maybe that would get around that service call.
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i will do it now
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no change
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Are you clear on how to do that?
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I don't get the winlogon error screen in safemode
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i went to start run cmd and the sfc...
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