Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz
I'm seeing a lot odd drivers
that are normally associated with a server. Are you trying to use your laptop as a server? Some of the drivers come from a Microsoft service toolkit for servers. This may be part of Lenovo's software but I can't see this for a laptop.
Check the setting under Control Panel
> Programs and Features
> Turn Windows Features on/off
(in the left pane). Make sure the highlighted items in the picture below are cleared then restart.
Also, there's no sense trying to debug your PC without the correct drivers installed for your system. It appears your data store is corrupt also--That or the drivers you loaded are not for your system. Could be why you are having a problem with updates too.
Finish the SFC and lets see what we have.
The items you highlighted were already unchecked.
I have been having problems backing up my computer with backup and recovery within Windows 7, I did manage to make one with WD Backup though. If I remember correctly, I used an old Seagate partition program to retrieve all of my files and then I ran the Lenovo Backup and had a fresh install. I don't know why there would be incorrect drivers. Also, I ran the SFC Scan and nothing was found.
If debugging is useless without the correct drivers, should I try to get the right ones? If so, which ones are wrong? Any more suggestions?