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Windows 7: Random BSOD's unable to use SF tool (zipped dump files)

09 Apr 2013   #21
carwiz

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that list is what was requested i post by you. that is every result that it returned.
If it was, the list would only contain Explorer.exe files--Not rainmeter or whatever.

An image backup won't do you any good. You can't restore a disk image after re-installing Windows or you'll be right back where you are. You also can't restore a Registry image unless it matches the state of your system at the time the image (backup) was made. Unless you can match those to backups of your system, it will still be hosed. You should keep and maintain Restore Points for the system and disks that contain programs. Use backup for your data files (pictures, video, documents, etc.).

After re-installing the Windows OS and bringing it up to date, you'll have to re-install your user programs. You can't just copy a backup image to the programs folder.


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09 Apr 2013   #22
ashttreylil

windows 7 premium x64
 
 

im not sure why it is showing all of thoes extra files because they dont have any highlight indicating they contain "explorer.exe" as of now i'd be happy with just setting explorer.exe as a startup program. i found this crash report for explorer but i cant open the extension. it's .wer i think.
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