|18 Sep 2012||#1|
Start up & Windows7 home premium update problems
I am having problems at start up and with updating windows on my computer
I am running Windows7 Home Premium 64 bit on a Compaq presario CQ61 Notebook
On start up i get a message saying that these 3 programs
STM3 TrayIcon: E_IATIGCE.EXE
cant start because iertutil.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem
I have tried looking for this program but have had no luck in finding it
Also when trying to perform any windows updates, it tries to update, but i always get code error - 8007371c
I have looked through the update history and the problem started about 2 weeks ago. i have tried to do a system restore but for some reason it is only showing restore points for the last 24 hours
I have not come across any other problems such as connecting to the internet or accessing any files or documents.
Are these problems connected ?
I would be more than grateful for any help in sorting these problems
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|18 Sep 2012||#4|
Those are startup programs for touchpad, Java updater and a video card software that, like most, don't need to start up with Win7. So you can first try unchecking them in msconfig>Startup and >Services after Hiding all MS Services.
If you're still running the factory pre-installed bloatware I would at least Clean Up Factory Bloatware and strongly consider getting the superior Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7.
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