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Windows Files must be installed for your installation to proceed

Q: Windows Files must be installed for your installation to proceed

Hi,

I have purchased an old Dell Inspiron 510 m. I have got HP PSC 1210 all in one printer. When ever i put HP printer installation CD in the PC, after few minutes it ask me to put original Microsoft Windows XP CD which came with the laptop to complete the installation.

As i have purchased an old laptop, the seller didn't had the original windows XP CD which came with the laptop.

This is what it says exactly-

Windows File Protection

Windows Files must be installed for your installation to proceed

Insert your Windows XP Professional CD-Rom Now.

There are three choices- Retry, More Information. Cancel

I have also used 2 methods suggested by Microsoft but that didnt worked. Here are the solutions prescribed by Microsoft-

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324654

Please help as without printer installation, my work is getting affected.

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Preferred Solution: Windows Files must be installed for your installation to proceed

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A: Windows Files must be installed for your installation to proceed

I believe the only way around is to get a Windows XP CD - Home or Professional - depending on what you have installed. It doesn't have to be the one that came with the laptop though so if you have a friend you can borrow one from it should work fine.

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Hello. I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this topic but I think it is.

I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop running Windows 7. Recently I made the decision to restore my system to "out-of-the-factory" settings using the Toshiba program that came with the computer to do this. This went well.

when this was done, the computer restarted, and after the normal start-up screen, it began installing windows.

About halfway through this process, my brother decided it would be funny to turn off the computer in the middle of the installation.

when I turned the computer back on, it went to the windows installation again, but very soon an error message came up saying

"the computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click "OK" to restart the computer, and then restart the installation."

However, after pressing OK, the computer restarts, but the same error message comes up, leaving me in a loop.

So is there anything I can do to fix this? Or does my brother owe me a new computer?

Btw I don't care about losing data, I have everythign backed-up on an external hard drive.

A:"Computer restarted unexpectedly....windows installation cannot proceed" installation loop.

I think you need to reformat C: (delete the partition) and (redo partition) using ntfs drive and restart the installation. Do you have a OS Windows Disk?

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I put my computer to return to the "out of the factory" settings but the computer died while it was setting up the starting services. Now everytime i turn it on it says Setup startng services. But and error message comes out that says " the computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install windows , click "oK" to restart the computer, and then restart the installation" I press enter and it just restarts and does the same like a loop.

A:Windows Installation Cannot Proceed

System manufacturer and model?

Louis

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hey friends,,,,, got a problem here,
 
last day i set my laptop on sleep... and after 15 min i picked it again,,,i saw it was turned off ! i switched it on and after that it about an hour but the windows did not start...
 
i tried to renew the windows , so i did format the drive C, as i install windows in it!,,, but the installation did not proceed,, even 1% not... so plz frndz give me any idea .... thanx

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Completed a fresh install, formatted, windows 7 home premium all is fine until it goes to start services (setup is starting services) then the screen flickers and I get the message. "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click "OK" to restart the computer, and then restart the installation"

This then becomes and endless loop, I have started again delete partitions format let windows do it all and the same result, tried safe mode - no go tried repair no go searched internet for help tried some of that stuff with dos prompt- still no go.

Tested Hard drive with windows - no issues, tested with third party software no problems

Laptop originally come with Win7 and even tried to cheat and install xp but that also failed, thought if I could get xp on I could upgrade - but failed.

In your hands community

A:Computer restarted unexpectedly windows installation cannot proceed

You are deleting all partitions during the booted install to get it cleanest, and following the other steps for a Clean Reinstall Windows 7? Those steps assure you'll get and keep a perfect install.

If after doing those proper preparations it still hangs Starting Services, then first try entering Device Manager - Access During Windows 7 Installation to disable any erroring drivers shown there, and if that doesn't help try new installation media as discussed in Step 1 of tutorial

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Iam now really frustrated about whats goin on with my laptop i just had it reset to factory default due to it being really slow it died on the process and when i start it back up its stucked on th LENOVO PREPARING page loading with a dialog box saying "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click" OK", to restart the computer, then restart the installation. Ive tried vlicking OK million time it just restarting and does the same thing  Ive read and watch fixes for this like pressing Shift+f10 and even tried shift + f9, it does nothing at all. Please guys i need your help thank you 


























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Hi every bodyI downloaded Windows 7 32bit (no key yet), I've tried upgrading Windows Vista SP1 but when step 2 (expandeing files) reaches 21% the installation stops with following error "Windows could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed."I tried to install Windows 7 in a new partition but the process reaches 27% this time and stops with same error.I've reformatted my hard disks completely and installation process reaches 99% then stops with same error.I checked BIOS settings and found only DVD and HDD listed (no third option).the Microsoft suggestion about the registry tweaking did not apply for me (and I tried to install a fresh copy from scratch).I'm using 2 HDD in RAID0 configuration and works OK with Windows Vista, I did load the drivers to Windows 7 during installation but still getting same problem, any suggestion???

A:Windows (7) could not update the computer's boot configuration. Installation cannot proceed.??

Simple solution found for Dual Boot errors!
 
 Here is an update. Since no one else has seemed to find a solution I actually managed to find my own. Just to recap you on what had happened to me, I was trying to dual boot Windows 7 x64 with Windows Vista Ultimate x64. Somewhere in my use with Vista my BCD was corrupt/deleted and caused this error to appear. (Windows could not update your computer's boot configuration.) After searching my computer I found the registry settings were correct, and file access to the folder that contained the BCD was correct, However my BCD was corrupt/missing and so I was unable to finish the installation and get my computer to dual boot. I found this out by typing bcdedit.exe in command with admin access and it gave me the warning "BCDedit.exe could not be run. BCD is either corrupt or missing".
 
In order to fix this it was quite simple. I had to use the original installation disc for vista to repair my computer's boot files. Unfortunately I didnt have an install disc that would work with vista since I purchased mine before SP1 came out, so in order to repair it I had to create a slipstream disc with the SP1 updates added to it. after repairing I instantly was able to see both Windows 7 and Windows Vista in my boot manager when I restarted my computer. I easily fixed and finished installation with out a hitch, and I'm now staring at internet explorer inside of Windows 7 typing this message. I hope this will help anyone else ou... Read more

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Hi,
Receving the "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed" error during the OSDsetupact.log in Windows 7 x64 in Dell 7040 models.
Uploaded the  setupact.log in the below URL.
https://1drv.ms/f/s!Aj2wii50lHANhFuQawqavDaO9eE0
Error"




i have tried the below methods and it did not help
Method 1

1.     Hold down "Shift + F10" to open the command prompt 
2.     On the command prompt type "regedit" with no quotes to open the Registry Editor 
3.     Go to:- HKLocal machine -> System ->Setup ->Status -> ChildCompletion 
4.     Highlight ChildCompletion and on the right you will see "setup.exe" 
5.     Double click "setup.exe" and verify the value is set to "1" 
6.     Change the value to "3" 
7.     Close the registry editor and close the command prompt. 
8.     Click OK on the error message and now the installation process should complete.  

Method 2
cd Windows\System32\oobe
msoobe

i have checked harddisk and memory are in good condition. can someone help what could be the problem.

Regards, Boopathi

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As suggested in the "slow computer" instruction on the forum I am attempting to clean up my computer with my antivirus scan....I am not sure how to proceed after performing a quick scan the results are a page of files in a sort of chart format listing various file paths in my C:\Documents and Settings\user\   folders that are followed in another column with the words "Error: Archive is Password Protected"  ..... above this window it reads:  "some files could not be scanned", and "Warning", then beneath that it says:  Select the required action for each reply and click "Apply"   
 
Beneath the window chart in small print it says:  "Note:  The automatic fix tries to repair the file first. If repair is not possible it proceeds to move the file to the Chest.  If that fails as well the file is deleted."   Of course I can find no word "Apply" and am not sure what the result would be if I did find it!  I have Windows XP SP3 and am not sure what to do at this point. Delete all of these files? 
 
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated as it seems something is wrong with the computer since my last problem with Uninstalling Adobe Reader.  I have to click on click points numerous times (usually 3) to get a response from the computer and many ads are not downloading at all (not that I want to look at the ads!)  I was actually reinstalling Adobe Flash... Read more

A:Avast Scan Results=these files cannot be scanned...how to proceed? windows xpSP3

Ok no need to reply to the Avast! query I found the information after some searching and realized these files may not be corrupt....just password corrected!
 
Still cannot get my Adobe Flash Reader to work....it was working fine last week and suddenly stopped.....I will post this in a new topic for the benefit of all if I cannot find results in search.
 
Thank you anyway!
 

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Hi, I have xp pro sp3 installed in my pc and just yesterday I've encountered problems.

- XP will stall on the welcome page and my cursor would hang. No hdd activity since the hdd LED on my case doesn't show any light anymore.

- If I reboot after the win splash screen it goes to chckdsk automatically. If I allow chkdsk to proceed it hangs at 7 percent of verifying files at stage 2 of 3.

- Even if I leave the pc for 3 hours the 7 percent has not changed and the LED lamp of my hdd is off, indicating no activity.

- I've attempted several times inserting my XP installer cd, but then it seems to hang at the point wherein it says "Windows is starting up" but then even if I leave the pc alone for a couple of hours the screen is still showing the same starting up part. Again the LED lamp is dead hence no hdd activity again.

- I've tried doing this several TIMES TO NO AVAIL.

- I have no backups of the files in my hdd, hence I just can't reformat my hdd right away.

- I also don't have a spare pc at home or nearby that I can use to back up my hdd. I do have a Vaio, but after upgrading to win7 recently, the hdd on that laptop has been locked out. It seems my upgrade was faulty somewhere. This though is another issue that i would have to post anew.

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks

A:xp pro installation won't proceed

Any relation to this system --> http://www.techsupportforum.com/f217...dd-441609.html

jcgriff2

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Ok here is the scoop:
I currently have a laptop running Win 7 x64 and I also have a desktop. This desktop, has a blank HDD. This desktop also has no optical CD/DVD drive installed currently. This means then that I must use a pendrive formatted to FAT (NOT FAT32 or NTSC) because this build is quite old but still has good hardware. I downloaded the official x64 Win7 Ultimate .iso file from microsoft. I now have two problems:

1)Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool says that the OFFICIAL .iso file is invalid and wont let me create a bootable usb stick. This I resolved by doing it manually using the program PowerISO to extract the files to the FAT formatted usb drive

2)It works... well sort of, I get to the "Install Now" screen and click that. Setup begins. The first screen i am faced with says that it is missing CD/DVD drivers with the error message "A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now. ". My question is WHAT DRIVERS?!, there is no CD/DVD drive and the setup wont let me past until I pick one.

For #2 I've read a couple threads and they said to switch from SATA to AHCI. Unfortunately i am unable to do this because my BIOS is Phoenic -AwardBIOS. Can somebody please tell me what i need to do because I am completely stumped.

EDIT: FYI the HDD is very old but still in working order

The BIOS you are referring to probably does not look like you first envisioned... Read more

A:CD/DVD driver is missing. I cannot proceed with the installation

Hi

Try this

Click CANCEL on the error A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now. then close the windows to get back to the INSTALL now window . Remove the flash drive and plug it back in to another usb point and click on INSTALL now .

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Hello All

My SONY VAIO VPCEB15FX laptop has been getting the S.M.A.R.T failures. I checked with SONY and since my laptop is more than 12 months old - could not get them to help me with this issue without paying (laptop started having issues exactly after 15 months- not so good for a branded laptop). So i thought i will try to handle this myself, created the recovery discs, repair disk and backed up all the data in 15 DVDs. I bought a WD Scorpio Blue hard drive (WD5000BPVT - Advanced Format Drive) and replaced the same in my laptop and started off with the recovery discs. I chose to restore complete system and it proceeded. Once it completed the process - the system restarted and the OS Setup began - now comes the issue. When the setup started it throws this error "Windows setup could not configure Windows to run on this computer's Hardware"

I ordered the SONY recovery discs - repeated the above RESTORE process - but still facing the same error

A:Unable to proceed OS installation on new hard disk

Try running the Sony Hardware Diagostics:
View Document

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Hi,

as my PC always got locked after some 10minutes (surfing on the net, Ms office use,...) I finally decided to reinstall Windows and made a recovery installation disk. Indeed, removing all software (office, Chrome,...) and reinstall it did not solve anything
I reinstalled it and noted the installation was very slow indeed (hours) until it stopped at step 47 out of 47. Waiting again for sooo long for step 47 to finish, it did not move on at all.

I restarted but then was asked by WIndows7 for an administrator password. How can I know, I did not create any user.

So restarted in safe mode where I could create a user with administrator rights (if did not create a pasword for it)
Then I could log on, but it brought me again immediately to the Toshiba Leading Innovation screen on top of windows again getting stuck again at step 47/47. No move at all again.

I then decided to lower the safety level to the lowest level as to "when software is installed you are not asked for authorisation".
Indeed, step 47 then finishes.
But then I get another installation step with comment "De systeemprestaties worden nu geclassificeerd". This is the dutch text meaning "Systemprestations are now classfied".
I progresses somewhat but after some 10 seconds, it stops and the progress bar does not continue anymore. Waiting hours does not help and sometimes windows automatically restarts. It starts again with executing step 47 out of 47, going back to "Systemprest... Read more

A:Recovery installation does not proceed on Satellite L850D

Hmmmm.... it is not easy to say what is wrong there.
Which notebook model do you have?
If I understand you right you didn’t create recovery media (DVD or USB), right?

Usually recovery image installation should do the job, except there is some problem with recovery image or HDD. I have installed recovery image many times and cannot imagine what else could be the problem.

Stupid thing is that you didn’t create recovery disc and you are not able to test it now using such discs. You are not able to test it with new HDD now because you don't have the recovery discs.
You know what; the problem is that there is no some kind of workaround. Either it works or not.

I really don't know what to say now. All you can try is to set BIOS to default settings and try again.
Please do it and send some feedback.

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I have 6 computers at my office that have all been hit in various ways in the last two weeks, two i have found the vundo trojan and removed it. Did a scan with aswmbr and found nothing else on mine. the computer that i am working on right now i did a scan with malwarebytes and it came up empty, not one thing, which to me seems more than a little suspicious, this computer had lost files and shortcuts were corrupted when this problem started. anyway i did a scan with aswmbr and came up with the following two suspicious files.
Module: c:/windows/System32/drivers/dxgthk.sys
Module: c:/windoes/system32/ntdll.dll

Not being that knowledgeable I am trying to find out how to either make sure these are actually a problem and if so how to fix them. I have 3 other computers that I have had the same results with malwarebytes after they were hit with various signs of a virus or such. So I will be scanning all of those with aswmbr and if need be other programs so I will probably be asking for more help, lol. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.

A:aswmbr found suspicious files, how do i proceed?

Hello and welcome! Please post your aswMBR log with a DDS log in a new topic..See below.Please go here....Preparation Guide ,do steps 6-9.Create a DDS log and post it in the new topic explained in step 9 which is here Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs and not in this topic,thanks.If GMER won't run (it may not on a 64 bit system) skip it and move on.Let me know if that went well.

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Hi everyone! First, here are my laptop and system specs: OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic, Service Pack 1, 64 bit Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2330M CPU @ 2.20GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7 Processor Count: 4 RAM: 4039 Mb Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) HD Graphics, 1795 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 431937 MB, Free - 358762 MB; D: Total - 29690 MB, Free - 26465 MB; Motherboard: LENOVO, Base Board Product Name Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled

So after my (now uninstalled and expired McAfee) antivirus program detected some threats, I deleted them but got worried about my laptop being infected. After doing some research, I ran SFC, which showed I had some corrupt files that couldn’t be repaired (attached if it will help!)

I didn't know what to do with them, so I backed up my files to an external hard drive, uninstalled McAfee and installed Microsoft Security Essentials (ran it on Full Scan, too), ran both CCleaner and MalwareBytes, and finally, ran CHKDSK in Safe Mode for both the C: drive and the D: drive, hoping these might repair the problems. Now, all this went just fine, reporting no threats, etc., but when I ran SFC again it still shows the same corrupt files, and now I don't know what to do to protect my computer and resume using it more normally

I read that you can fix these corrupted files with a repair installation/inplace upgrade (running setup.exe from the Windows 7 DVD and selecting ‘upgrade’) or run... Read more

A:Solved: Unsure how to proceed with SFC's corrupted files

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When i start windows Vista, I have error:
Delete restoration files and proceed to boot menu

The keyboard and muse stacked.
I can go to the bios, but its not help.

Danny

A:Delete restoration files and proceed to boot menu

This happens when you have a corrupt hibernation point. Did you select to delete the file? Delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu error

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Hello,
I was trying to install windows XP home edition in my custom build desktop. Every time I tried to format my hard drive and install windows its coming back with not copying so many files from windows setup. Sometimes its copying the files when I pressed enter but sometimes I had to press esc to skip the file. I tried reformatting and every time it ended up in not copying some different files. These are the steps I have done so far
1) I replaced my optical drive with a brand new cd drive to make sure its reading the disc properly
2) I checked hard disk in BIOS hard drive test and its came back with no errors in it
3) I tried with 3 different windows installation disc to eliminate errors due to scratches on cd surface.

Could anybody please tell me what else I can do to complete my installation properly. Thanks in advance

A:unable to copy installation files during windows xp home edition installation. help ?

try 1 stick of ram until windows is installed.

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Hello All,

I have Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit Edition installed and working fine on the following laptop

HP-Dv5 64-Bit Core2Duo
4 GB RAM
Nvidia Graphics Card.

It is the only operating system. I have two partitions in the laptop harddisk. Windows 7 Ultimate is obviously installed on the first partition (C). I have (D) almost empty and I can shrink or expand it based on the requirements.

Now I want to install Windows 2003 SR2 SP2 Server on the same laptop in Dual Boot Configuration.

I have read that installing a Windows Xp/2003 family operating system on a machine after intallation of Windows Vista/7 family operating system corrupts the boot sector and makes Windows 7 unbootable since both have different operating system files.

I know i should have installed Windows 2003 first and then Windows 7 to ensure a hassle free Windows 7/2003 dual boot system . However I want now to save the hassle and do the other way around.

Can anyone guide me with exact steps or to any other working guide which can ensure that both operating systems would live in harmony in the scenario i have described. Maybe someone with a similar experience can share the precautions and consequences.

Thanks for reading and helping in advance.
Regards.
 

A:Windows 2003 Server installation in Dual Boot on already installed Windows 7 Laptop

Couple of things you can do after installing 2003.

Boot from the W7 dvd select repair my computer and do a startup repair, most of the time this fixes the bootloader for W7, but then 2003 may not boot now. So then you need to install a BCD editor software in W7 to get both of them booting properly.

http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1


If startup repair does not get W7 booting again, there are some commands you can do from the W7 recovery environment to get the job done, (boot from the W7 cd, select repair my computer, then command prompt)

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392/en-us
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Hello All,

I have Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit Edition installed and working fine on the following laptop

HP-Dv5 64-Bit Core2Duo
4 GB RAM
Nvidia Graphics Card.

It is the only operating system. I have two partitions in the laptop harddisk. Windows 7 Ultimate is obviously installed on the first partition (C) I have (D) almost empty and I can shrink or expand it based on the requirements.

Now I want to install Windows 2003 SR2 SP2 Server on the same laptop in Dual Boot Configuration.

I have read that installing a Windows Xp/2003 family operating system on a machine after intallation of Windows Vista/7 family operating system corrupts the boot sector and makes Windows 7 unbootable since both have different operating system files.

I know i should have installed Windows 2003 first and then Windows 7 to ensure a hassle free Windows 7/2003 dual boot system . However I want now to save the hassle and do the other way around.

Can anyone guide me with exact steps or to any other working guide which can ensure that both operating systems would live in harmony in the scenario i have described. Maybe someone with a similar experience can share the precautions and consequences.

Thanks for reading and helping in advance.
Regards.

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On a Toshiba laptop running Win 7 x64 Home Premium, I am being offered to install IE 11--as an Optional installation. However, IE 11 is ALREADY installed and working (though I think it may be a little slow in functioning--that is not clear.) Can anyone explain why this would be, and whether I should go ahead and accept what looks essentially like a Re-Install by Windows Update of an existing Windows module in Win 7?

One thing that just occurred to me: Because I was having some problems with this system, I did the Windows Update Fix-it/analysis, and ran the Windows System Update Readiness Tool. Then I also ran Disk Cleanup, including also deleting some of the older update packages through the cleanup tool. Could this have affected Windows Update and caused IE 11 to re-present as an install option? And again--what should I expect if I go ahead and install it (although it shows as already an installed browser??)

Thanks!

A:Windows Update offers IE 11 installation--but it is already installed!

I don't seem to be getting much action on this thread (although there have been quite a few views), and it looks to me like this is not a usual problem. BTW, I don't think I mentioned that I ran the System File Checker (SFC) after SURT, etc. and that it showed no problems.

I looked around a lot before posting, and I did not find this exact issue come up anywhere--although there are many recent similar issues with Windows Update. I suppose the one thing I would like to hear some opinions about is whether I should run the update and install IE 11 through WU, even though it is already installed. Is WU telling me that there will be some improvement if I re-install? And do I trust it? How do I know that isn't going to just mess things up?

In researching this issue, I came across things like problems with KB3032359 & KB3021952 being repeatedly installed. That didn't happen on this laptop. Both of those two updates failed instead, along with a number of others that failed. But WU made no attempt to reinstall those two. Nevertheless, others that failed initially appear to have since installed properly.

[BTW, it would be SOOOOO nice if Microsoft were to give one the ability to search the updates history by KB to find the history for that particular KB,...but maybe that is just too logical a computer function for a computer company to do it?... Or perhaps I missed something obvious in Windows Update....]

It was because I was getting so many updates failing, plus... Read more

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Hi!

So I did this accidentally--I thought I had pressed my usb. However, I didn't and now all of my files are lost, obviously, and I am devastated.

Is there a way to recover these files?

I tried to google search, and what came up was 'recovery for formatted harddrives' but I am unsure of whether that's what I did- format the harddrive or override it completely.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 

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Hi guys,

I have a half installed Windows XP SP2 Home Edition (which i no longer have the installation CD for) on my laptop. I have a Windows XP SP2 Professional Edition version installation CD and I want to rollback the half-installed version and start installing the version i have on my CD. Is there any way i can do this without buying Windows XP SP2 Home Edition CD?
 

A:Emergency!!!Half installed windows XP SP2 without installation CD

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YES, I do have Raid configuration set on my Precision T3400, but my problem is, when I purchased this unit is was because it was backwards compatible and could run 32 bit operating systems on a x64 bit processing set up. I now have my 32 bit hard drive
Windows operating system running but the drawback, is it cannot utilize the full memory capabilities of a 64 bit processing. I purchased this unit hard drive free and installed the 32 bit system drive and all worked great, but now, MY QUESTION is: If I have
a hard drive with a 64 bit windows 7 operating system installed, can I remove the 32 bit hard drive system and put in the 64 bit system hard drive and boot to the newly installed system and enjoy the more memory capabilities without receiving the blue screen
message about [ Your PC needs to be repaired / A component of the operating system has expired / File; \Windows \system32\boot\winload.exe ]  This happen when I formatted a 500 GB hard drive  to use to install a fresh copy of a windows system from
a ISO disk and selected my cd rom as primary boot and I removed the primary hard drive from bay raid 0 and put the format drive in that bay and booted to install the set up from the disk but I got the message in parentheses above. I am not tech savy enough
to change raid configurations as there are three options in set up that point to selections of Raid On, Something about ATA and ACHI. I just want to be able to run a hard drive with 64 bit operating system... Read more

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Hi guys,
So my stock HDD on my Inspiron 17R N7010 completely *** out on me last week, so I bit the bullet and just bought I completely new SDD and installed it last night...now however, I need to install the OS again. Problem is, when I bought the laptop, Windows 7 came pre-installed, so I have no disc for it. How can I go about getting an installation disc and how much is it gonna cost so I can get my laptop up and running again? It's an outdated OS and the laptop is almost 6 years old, I can't imagine it costing that much. There's a Microsoft store right by me too, can I just go there and buy the Windows 7 OS disc you think?
Also, the original HDD was 640GB and this new SSD is 500GB, so the recovery disks I made when I first got the laptop are useless since Dell Datasafe Recovery (or whatever it's called) keeps telling me the harddrive needs at least 590GB of space (or something similar along that message). The smaller space on the SSD isn't going to be an issue with the laptop in general or when installing the Windows 7 OS is it?

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Hi guys,

I know I should've have searched this, but am running quite short on time.

After some small deliberation, we decide to update our old desktop, so I purchased a new HDD (Seagate 2tb), Gigabyte H77M-D3H Motherboard, and an Intel i5-3470 CPU.

As our old HDD was starting to make strange noises, I suggested my partner back up all our files from that onto the new HDD we purchased, just incase the old one spat the dummy.

After a week away at work, I come back and build the computer up, format the new HDD and start the windows install from disk (I've unplugged the old HDD so it doesn't boot from it).

On the Where do you want to install Windows? screen, I have a choice of Disk 0 Partition 1 and Disk 0 Partition 2. However, both of these are telling me Windows cannot be installed onto them.

The warnings: Partition 1's warning states: Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selcted disk is of the GPT parition style.

Windows cannot be installed to this hard disk space. The partition is a Microsoft Reserved partition.

Partition 2's: Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selcted disk is of the GPT partition style.

When I boot from the old HDD and go to Manage, the new HDD comes up with no partitions.

Any ideas on where to go from here, and how to get around this. I'm not the most computer savvy person out there, but I'm not the dumbest either.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

A:W7 Installation problem - "Windows cannot be installed to Disk 0...

When you say unplugged HDD, where did you unplug it from? If it's cable is still attached to the mobo, then the controller is still picking it up in the BIOS as attached/connected, hence the error messages. Unplug the cable from the mobo and try reinstalling again, making sure that the new hdd is connected sata port 0 (the number 1 sata port).

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During a deployment from wds i get the following error with windows 8.1 "windows installation cannot continue because a required driver could not be installed"

When doing shift+f10 i can check the NIC is working well (i did get a ip-adress from the dhcp-server).

Hardware : HP 8200 SFF.

Thx

A:During deployment :windows installation cannot continue because a required driver could not be installed

Hi,
I suggest we doing shift+f10, and type diskpart and lisk disk to see whether all HDD work as expected.
If not, please check the driver for Storage.
In addition, would you please let me know where did this image file come from, you captured yourself or got from installation disc.

Keep post. Kate Li
TechNet Community Support

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windows logo is still running in desktp after installing xp sp2

A:Xp service pack 2 installed but ater installation windows logo is not disappear from

check if that's what the desktop is set to

right click on the desktop choose properties/desktop

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Business Software Specific Windows 7 computer wrongly upgraded to Windows 10
A particular program running on a number of our Windows 7 Pro computers is not supported anymore (company out of business).  A user installed Windows 10 on this computer and the program will not run.
Is there a easy reversal process to revert back to "the way it was"?   Or do I need to wipe and install from the DVDs?
I saw somewhere Settings - Update & Security - Reset this PC - Get Started - Restore Factory settings
- Did Windows 10 write a image before the upgrade?
- Will this remove apps/programs and just keep data?   (not what I want)
Thanks for the help!


Darryl

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Hello,
I installed win 8.1 enterprise, and capture the image with WDS (Windows 2008 R2 Std).
I added the new image in to WDS (previosly charge boot.wim for Win 8.1) but when i use the wds to install i received the message:
Windows installation cannot continue because a required driver could not be installed.
I enabled the logs and tracing into wds and not find problems.
I press Shift + F10 and check the network connectivity and HDD and both hardware is fine.
Ane suggesiton?
Regards

Sebastian

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I have a problem guys . .My PC wont proceed to desktop environment, after I turned it on, its all black screen and you will only see the cursor. . Anyway my PC is ACER Aspire E1 471 - 32344G50Mnks, core i3, 500gb HD,Win 8. .
Pls Help guys. . is there any technique to do, or maybe hard reset it?. .

A:Windows 8 cannot proceed. .

Have you tried pressing the delete key at startup ?

If you can get into safe mode you can refresh or restore it.

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Okay, it seems the model computer I have has had problems all across the boards. Well, I'm on an Emachines T1840. I recieved this computer from a teacher at Job Corps. She told me there was something wrong with the motherboard and that the screen stayed blank at startup. I went and bought a new ATI video card since it seemed the onboard video card was burnt out somehow. Then after we installed the new video card, we booted it up. Halfway into startup, it started rebooting it's self. There was a Windows XP Partition on it, so we figured that was corrupt and we installed a version of Windows2000 from a boot disc. Well, that got as far as putting in a registration key. We couldn't find a working key for that, so we went and bought a windows XP upgrade disc. We got past the registration key entry and it began installation after a brief reboot. Now, it stays at 39 minutes remaining, and after about 15 minutes it brings up a blue screen. It says something along the lines of this. "Setup cannot continue, cannot read file (Forgotten file name here)" And then it says "If this is the first time you have recieved this message, reboot and continue setup" And then it proceeds to dump the physical memory. I re-did setup a few times with the same error message. So, I'm just wondering, what the heck am I supposed to do? It's actually pretty rare that I'm stumped on something like this.
 

A:Windows setup cannot proceed.

Hello? Jeez, nobody seems to know what's wrong I guess
 

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UPDATE--When I start windows normally it takes a little longer than normal to finish loading, and then appears normal. However, when I try to start any program everything freezes. ctrl-alt-del does nothing. The same thing happens when loading windows in safe mode and safe mode with networking enabled. I have tried system repair through f8 several times and logging shows that system volume is corrupted but that it was repaired. (it has said this several times.)

After several minutes this error message appears:

winlogon.exe-Application error
installation at 0x761f4ce6 referenced memory at 0x761f4ce6.
required data was not placed into memory because of an I/O error stat. of 0xc0000056.
I have a toshiba satellite l305-s5894 running vista. Windows would not allow me to load, uninstall, change, move, or open anything. Basically once windows had loaded, I was unable to do anything. I ran startup repair through f8 advanced boot options and the repair log showed only that the system volume was damaged. I hit finish to restart the computer which, after the toshiba startup screen, goes directly to the windows error recovery screen. I have tried both options (start windows normally and launch startup repair) these options respectively either bring up a blue error screen which only stays up for about 2 seconds before disappearing and returning to the windows error recovery screen or show that windows is loading and then shows a black screen with the pointer from which I can do nothi... Read more

A:Unable to proceed after Windows is loaded

Have you tried running Scandisk (in hard drive properties) with both options checked to see if the hard drive can be repaired? Go into hard drive options, click the Error-checking tool, and select both options. The next time you boot your computer it will run the CHKDSK utility and scan for and repair hard drive errors.
 

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Alright already--after trying 4 times with no success to do a Windows Update and also trying the suggestions Microsoft has mapped out, I am at a loss as to how to proceed. When connected to the MS update site, it scans my computer for updates and then attempts to install the Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Tool. Midway through the installation, it suddenly halts and says it was not installed.

I tried MS's suggestions which are mainly creating prompts for ActiveX controls. But to no avail. It does not help.

I assume that if I can't get this corrected, I will never be able to receive Windows updates again?

I have a genuine copy of Windows XP Home. It was installed on my computer when I bought it last year from a local retailer. I have easily done previous updates on this computer with absolutely no problem.

Help! Any suggestions?

A:Failure To Proceed With Windows Update

Microsoft will help you with Windows Update problems. There are a number of reasons why it won't work. But perhaps you can find help from one of these two sites:MicrosoftWindows Update Problems

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It seems that there are already many discussions online for "Windows 8 Automatic Repair Loop," however from reading through many of them I feel my situation may have 3 notable differences: 1. In almost all the discussions I read, it seemed that the error consisted of some kind of automatic loop, where the computer is cycling between various states all by itself, with no input from the user, in an infinite loop. In my case there is no such 'automatic' loop, it's just that selecting "Continue to Windows 8.1" or rebooting brings me back to the Windows Recovery Environment Boot Options Menu. I have been able to do other things such as access the BIOS menu, or access the Command Prompt from within the Troubleshoot > Advanced Options within the Boot Options Menu. 2. I was not trying to do any system recovery / shut off my laptop while it was operating / anything out of the ordinary when this happened. Last night I finished using my laptop, selected "Shut Down" by right-clicking the Windows Start icon in the lower-left of the screen just like I always do. This morning I powered it on as usual, but under the "lenovo" logo it said "Preparing Automatic Repair," and then presented me with the Windows RE Boot Options Menu. Now any time I either reboot or select "Continue to Windows 8.1," I always wind up back at that same Boot Options Menu. 3. Attempting the solutions posted in those discussions has not had any effect. I have read recommendations for doing a S... Read more

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We use Desktop Central to manage our windows updates. I've come across a new error that I have not seen all year. They are telling me it's a Microsoft error and they have no information on it. 
I have a couple of Windows 7 machines that have the following error on multiple updates.
An attempt was made to create more links on a file than the file system supports.

Of the machines having this issue, they're not all the same KB. Using one of the machines as example, it's having this issue with 3 updates.
2019-10 Security Monthly Quality Rollup for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB4519976)

2019-09 Security Only Quality Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB4516033)

2019-08 Security Only Quality Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB4512486)


Seems like the standard Windows Updates fix's aren't working. Software distribution folder rename, fixit tools, etc. I'm not see this on any of our Windows 10 machines. 
Any idea how to go about resolving this? Reimaging is way at the bottom of the list due to these machines being at remote sites. 

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I had a virus, so I re-installed Windows XP. Now I have two Windows XP's!! I one without user32.dll still doesn't work but the new one works. I have all my files in my local disk(C). How do I get those files onto my new OS?
 

A:I re-installed Windows XP, how do I get my files back?

Can you see the files? If all you want to do is copy them, then you may need to take ownership:

How to take ownership of a file or folder in Windows XP

All your programs and settings will have to be reinstalled from scratch.
 

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A few days ago I installed a windows update (they install automatically) and when I turned my computer back on all my files were gone! It looks like all my settings were reset to when I first got the computer except all of my programs are still there. At first I thought the windows updated did this, but I did some searching online and read that it was probably a virus, and I didn't believe it, but now I know I have some type of virus because whenever I type in a web address in my browser it redirects to some other websites.
 
Luckily it didn't actually delete my files, when I go to c:\users\lapaul (myusername) my files are still all there, but for some reason when I go to the documents folder or pictures folder, no files are there. It seems like when windows is loading it is loading into the public user profile, or some other user profile that's not mine and that is why my files are there.
 
So anyways, I don't know what happened, but there is a button on my laptop where I just press it and it resets my computer to how it was the first day I got it. So I am going to just do that, but I want to backup my files first.
 
So my question is, how do I copy my files to an external hard drive while making sure none of the files are infected and that they don't infect my external hard drive? I just bought a brand new 1TB external hard drive and I haven't even opened it yet, and I don't want to get it infected the first time I use it.
 
Also, does anyone have any id... Read more

A:Installed a windows update now all my files are gone!

I suspect that your profile was corrupt.  If your profile was corrupt then windows logs onto a temp profile.  You can see this in your Users folder there will be a Temp directory.
 
This can be fixed.
 
Try this tutorial on how to fix a corrupt profile:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/windows/3495216/how-fix-corrupt-user-profile-in-windows-7-vista/
 
I hope this helps!

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Whenever I try to install Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit I get this error: Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570 I know my memory isn't bad because I've run memtest for a few hours already. So how do I fix this problem? I have installed WIndows 7 on my computer before with this same exact installation cd.

A:Windows Cannot Installed Required Files

hi i am having the same problem i have 64 bit installed on my laptop (they didn't have 32bit in stores) so i downloaded the 32 bit version burnt it to a disk go to install and i has the same error message. we are having the same problem.

hopefully some one can help us.

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Dear Tenforums,

As I was doing some defragging i noticed that several of my most fragmented files were stashed away in the windows.old folder. I thought this folder was for recovering old installation and personal files? ain't that the thought of said folder?

Moving on, as I want to clear up some disk space and up until now never had any use (atleast that i know of? enlighten me if u want) the windows.old folder; i figred i'd delete it; or atleast delete some of the "big files" that came up during my defraging, as some were old install files and movies etc.

I then noticed after streaming a netflix movie earlier today (before defragging) that it was actually stored inside the TEMP folder INSIDE the windows.old folder.
I then proceeded to "run" --> TEMP and %TEMP% and noticed these folders were pretty bare in terms of content.
Thus, although i might be wrong, it appears as my windows have put the TEMP FOLDERS inside the windows.old folder, rather than in the "new" windows folder etc.

This thus makes me a bit scared to delete/cleanup files and/or the whole windows.old folder.
How shall i proceed? will deleting/cleaning it up screw something over in terms of me "loosing out on my temp folder" etc. etc.

thanks!

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This is my dads computer, and he refuses to let go of XP, so I am trying to help him.  I am going to get him windows 10 in the near future, but until then...
Booting the computer leads to a blank window XP screen, no task bars and no icons, just a green meadow...
 
- The first time, I tried to use ALT/CTRL/DEL to run a new task explorer.exe (after ending the task of the other explorer.exe) and this did nothing.  It did not return the icons- I tried to boot to safe mode and a RESTORE point, but it keeps freezing or crashing when I try- have tried several times now- After many reboot`s, now ALT/CTRL/DEL does not even work on the desktop blank canvas.- Last working configuration does not work when booting - still blank canvas, no icons- SAFE MODE works and all the icons are available (slow as can be though)
 
As it stands, I can only get to SAFE mode, and even there it is touch and go.
Where should I go from here? Any ideas or steps I could take to try and fix this thing? I think I have an XP cd somewhere but probably scratched to heck.

A:Lost all of my icons and task bars in windows XP - not sure how to proceed...

Is there any important personal data still on the computer? 
 
What is the make and model of the computer?
 
I am assuming you have another computer available to burn a file to disk, correct?

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Hi. I was previously using windows 7 home premium 64 bit on my computer. The computer worked for around 2 years and one day suddenly went BSOD on me, with various problems from disk read errors to "video driver failed to initalize". After my roommate tried all the system recovery options (which all failed), he decided to use his recovery disk to do a factory reset of the computer (it's his computer). This got rid of most of the problems, with the exception of disk read errors from time to time. However, during the setup of the computer, we got the "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unpexted error. Windows installation cannot proceed." error, which just leaves us in an infinite loop (unless we get a disk read error). Windows 7 came pre-installed with the computer, so we dont have any installation discs. The only disc we have is a recovery disk that lets us get to the system recovery options. The computer was a plug-in-and-use computer meaning that we dont know much about the system specs other than the sticker that came on the side . I included it in case anyone is intrested in it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

SYSTEM SPECS
windows 7 home premieum 64 bit
intel core i3 processor 550
6gb DDR3 memory
1TB hard drive (dont know the name or anything)
NIVIDIA GeForce 315 1024 MB

A:The computer restarted unexpectedly... Windows install can't proceed.

Check the hard drive with the manufacturer's diagnostic tools.
Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.
Bootable Hard Drive Diagnostics

If defective, replace it. Use the recovery disc you have or you can download a legal copy from here: Official ISO Downloads

Following taken from here: Digital River Direct Download Links for Windows 7 Editions Free





Quote:
I'm including only the English versions.

Microsoft’s partner Digital River is providing the direct high speed download links for the Windows 7 all editions, The download links are available in English,French,German,Spanish languages.

The installation ISO files of Windows 7 are hosted on the server msft-dnl.digitalrivercontent.net owned by Digital River, one of the delivery partners for Windows 7.

All you need is a legal Product key for a Windows 7 Edition that you want to install using these ISO images. Can be a retail or OEM key.


You can burn these images using any standard burner like [url==http://www.imgburn.com/>ImgBurn[/url]

The Product key should be on the COA sticker on the computer.

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This is my dads computer, and he refuses to let go of XP, so I am trying to help him.  I am going to get him windows 10 in the near future, but until then...
Booting the computer leads to a blank window XP screen, no task bars and no icons, just a green meadow...
 
- The first time, I tried to use ALT/CTRL/DEL to run a new task explorer.exe (after ending the task of the other explorer.exe) and this did nothing.  It did not return the icons- I tried to boot to safe mode and a RESTORE point, but it keeps freezing or crashing when I try- have tried several times now- After many reboot`s, now ALT/CTRL/DEL does not even work on the desktop blank canvas.- Last working configuration does not work when booting - still blank canvas, no icons- SAFE MODE works and all the icons are available (slow as can be though)
 
As it stands, I can only get to SAFE mode, and even there it is touch and go.
Where should I go from here? Any ideas or steps I could take to try and fix this thing? I think I have an XP cd somewhere but probably scratched to heck.

A:Lost all of my icons and task bars in windows XP - not sure how to proceed...

Is there any important personal data still on the computer? 
 
What is the make and model of the computer?
 
I am assuming you have another computer available to burn a file to disk, correct?

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Hello, I am having a problem with my Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop that operates on Windows XP. All of my files have been deleted and my background goes black. At startup, a window called 'Windows XP Fix' opens up and starts running a 'PC Performance and Stability Report' that tells me that I have several infected files. I never installed this program and it won't let me close it either. I also get this message soon after from my computer: 'The system has detected a problem with one or more installed IDE/SATA hard disks. It is recommended that you restart the system.' I installed Malwarebytes while on safe mode and removed the infections, but when I went back to normal mode, nothing had changed. I went to safe mode with networking to update Malwarebytes but Malwarebytes was no longer installed and I couldn't connect to the internet. What can I do to fix this issue?

Malwarebytes report:
Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.44
Database version: 3510
Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 (Safe Mode)
Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702

7/9/2011 7:57:08 PM
mbam-log-2011-07-09 (19-57-08).txt

Scan type: Quick Scan
Objects scanned: 161017
Time elapsed: 36 minute(s), 34 second(s)

Memory Processes Infected: 0
Memory Modules Infected: 0
Registry Keys Infected: 0
Registry Values Infected: 0
Registry Data Items Infected: 5
Folders Infected: 0
Files Infected: 1

Memory Processes Infected:
(No malicious items detected)

Memory Modules Infected:
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A:"Windows XP Fix" installed on my system and all files have been deleted

This is very outdated MBAM version.Restart computer in Safe Mode with Networking (in pure Safe Mode you won't be able to connect).Please download and run the below tool named Rkill (courtesy of BleepingComputer.com) which may help allow other programs to run. There are 4 different versions. If one of them won't run then download and try to run the other one. Vista and Win7 users need to right click Rkill and choose Run as AdministratorYou only need to get one of these to run, not all of them. You may get warnings from your antivirus about this tool, ignore them or shutdown your antivirus.* Rkill.com* Rkill.scr* Rkill.exe* Double-click on the Rkill desktop icon to run the tool.* If using Vista or Windows 7 right-click on it and choose Run As Administrator.* A black DOS box will briefly flash and then disappear. This is normal and indicates the tool ran successfully.* If not, delete the file, then download and use the one provided in Link 2.* If it does not work, repeat the process and attempt to use one of the remaining links until the tool runs.* Do not reboot until instructed.* If the tool does not run from any of the links provided, please let me know.Then....Download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware (aka MBAM): http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free to your desktop. * Double-click mbam-setup.exe and follow the prompts to install the program. * At the end, be sure a checkmark is placed next to Update Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and Launch Malwareby... Read more

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Hi Guys,

I apologise if I have placed this in the wrong thread.

I've had Windows 7 for three weeks now (as a student, Microsoft gave me access to the MSDN Academic Alliance which had Windows 7 available to download).

So far so good overall, however I was going to install a game but it required me to install DirectX and so I installed it and rebooted and now Windows 7 has reverted back to it's original state, just as if I'd have re-installed Windows 7. All programmes gone.

The weird thing is that I can still see most of the files for my programmes, but all executable files have been deleted and nothing appears in 'All Programs'.

I am running Windows 7 Professional (64-Bit) if this helps.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Kind regards,

David

A:Installed DirectX on Windows 7 and all files been lost

I've never seen anything like that. Was System Restore somehow invoked?

See "help and support". You may be able to use a later restore point.

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I was trying to download & install a new antivirus and found out it could not be installed because windows can not be updated. It states that the files required to use windows update are no longer registered or installed on my computer. I have no idea how or when this happened. My updates have always been set to automatic. My os is xp with service pack 3. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

A:windows update files are no longer installed

What particular AV gave you this message?

Please post the exact quoted message you received.

Louis

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Hello,
I've also tried changing the locale to en-us but the Application logs still don't show properly. 
Any thought please?
Many thanks in advance

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