So recently I had hardware issues, and through warranty I had several replacements done. Mobo, Video cards, ram sticks, and the power supply.
After all that was fixed and replaced my computer seemed to have ran fine for a few days, and it still technically is except for this problem.
The problem is when I log in into windows normally it takes a while for Windows to boot up. I get a "Please wait" screen, then after a long 4 minute log in once inside windows I get the"Windows could not connect to the system event notification service", and the toolbar is grey all old school windows like.
The problem is the exact same as the issues found here except I am using Windows 7 64 bit. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...-9d2def157f56/ http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...-de37253c70cd/
In services the service is called System event notification, it says that the service is running fine. Even when i try to restart it, it makes no difference at all.
As for in event viewer. Im not to sure what to look for in there.
Ive looked at several familiar threads, I did the sfc /scannow twice, i did a windows start up repair, I disabled all non-windows services, and even just tried restarting the service in services.
I'm not really sure what to do next. I'm tempted to just to do a clean install. However I am cautious on doing so, in case its some kind of hardware problem...
Anyway do any of you have any recommendations or other possible solutions I havent tried yet?
Thanks in advance.