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Windows 7: Cbs and Wmi -mess?

06 Dec 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, *W7 Prem. x64
 
 
Cbs and Wmi -mess?

Hello to everybody.
I have a few questions and i'll be happy if you can help me because i'm only 3 years in "computing"...so i have a long future for to understand well the os..
Before 5 days i restore the system in factory settings, so is like i have a new os..right?
Is it true the above or not? Before i do anything i run wmidiag just to see if my old problems are gone.
I found i had more than before. 73 errors "wbem_e-access denied-no permissions etc.." even if i run the script with elevated cmd,
38 errors "a missing wmi class definition or object" and more...so it says maybe i have corrupted repository and missing keys in registry.
How is possible a "new os" to have all this problems? something i don't understand well...for sure.
After i update my system and download vs8 and vs10 express, debugging tools and some other programs.
Because of a "crazy installer" eating much cpu (not always), i run sfc.exe. It shows no problems but the cbs.log was full.
"Access denied", "invalid package", "No startup processing required, TrustedInstaller service was not set as autostart, or else a reboot is still pending",
" Failed to start always sample upload. [HRESULT = 0x80004005 - E_FAIL", hundreds of
"Move File: Source = [l:16]{81}]"\SystemRoot\WinSxS\Temp\PendingRenames\af6521d51bd3cd01f9030000a00b5c0b.$$.cdf-ms", Destination..",
others "ignoring duplicate ownership"etc..
So with all the above can i be proud for my system?
I don't really know if is somehow normal or depend of my settings, also I am missing HKLM\Componets (i don't have this key).
I run also the "readness tool" and CheckSur was also ok. I start to believe that restoring to factory settings is not a clean install.
Because i find also in my system logs that are from 2009! (just before i bought the laptop)... so what clean install is this?
Am I right...at least on this? So my question is if i am going to have trouble soon and is better to restore again now (i don't have disk os),
or if i have to ignore all the above. Thanks for your understanding and for advise (if any)..


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