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Windows 7: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 Problems

19 May 2013   #11
Mr Smiley

 
 

Hi Survivor

Before moving on, could you please follow the steps below to verify MMC Snap-in settings.

1. Click Start, in the Start Search box type "mmc" and press Enter.
2. Click "File->Add/Remove Snap-ins".
3. In the box of "Selected Snap-ins", please click on and remove all entries except "Console root".

Please click OK to quit.

If any error message is encountered, please let us know details.

Thanks.


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19 May 2013   #12
Mr Smiley

 
 

Hi Survivor

Try uninstalling all .NET installations or:

MMC error in IIS

If you get the following error while opening IIS,

MMC could not create the Snap-In

Then execute the steps given below to fix this issue.

1. Register the .dll files "mmcndmgr.dll" and "inetmgr.dll"

Commands:



i) Start | Run | cd %SystemRoot%\system32

Here, 'SystemRoot' refers 'C:\Windows'.


ii) regsvr32 mmcndmgr.dll

iii) regsvr32 inetmgr.dll


Tips: 'regsrv32' is a command line tool to register the .dll in the registry.

2. Uninstall and Re-install IIS


To uninstall, Start | Control Panel | Add/Remove Windows Components | Check 'Application Server', click 'Details' | Uncheck 'Internet Information Services' | Click 'OK'

To install, Start | Control Panel | Add/Remove Windows Components | Check 'Application Server', click 'Details' | check 'Internet Information Services' | Click 'OK'

Now you can access IIS without any error.

Let us know how you get on.
Cheers, Neil.
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20 May 2013   #13
Cool Sir

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr Smiley View Post
Hi Survivor

Before moving on, could you please follow the steps below to verify MMC Snap-in settings.

1. Click Start, in the Start Search box type "mmc" and press Enter.
2. Click "File->Add/Remove Snap-ins".
3. In the box of "Selected Snap-ins", please click on and remove all entries except "Console root".

Please click OK to quit.

If any error message is encountered, please let us know details.

Thanks.
ok i did this.actually there was no snap ins except console root.so that means i didn't create any snap ins before.
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20 May 2013   #14
Cool Sir

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr Smiley View Post
Hi Survivor

Try uninstalling all .NET installations or:

MMC error in IIS

If you get the following error while opening IIS,

MMC could not create the Snap-In

Then execute the steps given below to fix this issue.

1. Register the .dll files "mmcndmgr.dll" and "inetmgr.dll"

Commands:



i) Start | Run | cd %SystemRoot%\system32

Here, 'SystemRoot' refers 'C:\Windows'.


ii) regsvr32 mmcndmgr.dll

iii) regsvr32 inetmgr.dll


Tips: 'regsrv32' is a command line tool to register the .dll in the registry.

2. Uninstall and Re-install IIS


To uninstall, Start | Control Panel | Add/Remove Windows Components | Check 'Application Server', click 'Details' | Uncheck 'Internet Information Services' | Click 'OK'

To install, Start | Control Panel | Add/Remove Windows Components | Check 'Application Server', click 'Details' | check 'Internet Information Services' | Click 'OK'

Now you can access IIS without any error.

Let us know how you get on.
Cheers, Neil.
Hi Mr Smiley,could you please more detailed in this.because i can't understand it.
ok i tried uninstalling all .net installations,not worked.
what is cd would i have to put my windows 7 cd in computer ? & what is system root ?
how to resgister mmcndmgr.dll & inetmgr.dll ?
what is IIS & how to install or re install it ?
there was no add/remove windows components option in control panel.Plz help Thanks in advance
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20 May 2013   #15
Cool Sir

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1
 
 

Ok now all problems solved.
It was .net framework giving problems.
Uninstalled .net framework 4.5 & did updates from windows update of .net 3.5 security updates for service pack 1.
Now everything working fine.
Thanks for u'r help mr smiley.
1 question can i install .net 4.5 now.i have downloaded it before.this is offline installer of .net 4.5.
I really need this.because an apllication need this.
So can i install it over pre-installed .net 3.5 ?
1 more thing i really need all qusestion answers listed in my above post,Thanks
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20 May 2013   #16
Mr Smiley

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Surviver View Post
Ok now all problems solved.
It was .net framework giving problems.
Uninstalled .net framework 4.5 & did updates from windows update of .net 3.5 security updates for service pack 1.
Now everything working fine.
Thanks for u'r help mr smiley.
1 question can i install .net 4.5 now.i have downloaded it before.this is offline installer of .net 4.5.
I really need this.because an apllication need this.
So can i install it over pre-installed .net 3.5 ?
1 more thing i really need all qusestion answers listed in my above post,Thanks
Hi Survivor

Yes as I understand it there should be no issue with regard to installing Microsoft.Net Framework NGEN v4.5 (X86/X64) with the offline installer.

Are you happy for us to mark this thread as 'Problem Solved' now Survivor ? Please advise.

Kind Regards

Neil.
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20 May 2013   #17
Cool Sir

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr Smiley View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Surviver View Post
Ok now all problems solved.
It was .net framework giving problems.
Uninstalled .net framework 4.5 & did updates from windows update of .net 3.5 security updates for service pack 1.
Now everything working fine.
Thanks for u'r help mr smiley.
1 question can i install .net 4.5 now.i have downloaded it before.this is offline installer of .net 4.5.
I really need this.because an apllication need this.
So can i install it over pre-installed .net 3.5 ?
1 more thing i really need all qusestion answers listed in my above post,Thanks
Hi Survivor

Yes as I understand it there should be no issue with regard to installing Microsoft.Net Framework NGEN v4.5 (X86/X64) with the offline installer.

Are you happy for us to mark this thread as 'Problem Solved' now Survivor ? Please advise.

Kind Regards

Neil.
Hi mr smiley,yeah u can mark this thread as solved.
but u'll be very kind if u can answer these questions.
that u suggested me before in u'r post.

what is cd would i have to put my windows 7 cd in computer ? & what is system root ?
how to resgister mmcndmgr.dll & inetmgr.dll ?
what is IIS & how to install or re install it ?
there was no add/remove windows components option in control panel.where i can find it ?

Thanks
My System SpecsSystem Spec
20 May 2013   #18
Mr Smiley

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Surviver View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr Smiley View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Surviver View Post
Ok now all problems solved.
It was .net framework giving problems.
Uninstalled .net framework 4.5 & did updates from windows update of .net 3.5 security updates for service pack 1.
Now everything working fine.
Thanks for u'r help mr smiley.
1 question can i install .net 4.5 now.i have downloaded it before.this is offline installer of .net 4.5.
I really need this.because an apllication need this.
So can i install it over pre-installed .net 3.5 ?
1 more thing i really need all qusestion answers listed in my above post,Thanks
Hi Survivor

Yes as I understand it there should be no issue with regard to installing Microsoft.Net Framework NGEN v4.5 (X86/X64) with the offline installer.

Are you happy for us to mark this thread as 'Problem Solved' now Survivor ? Please advise.

Kind Regards

Neil.
Hi mr smiley,yeah u can mark this thread as solved.
but u'll be very kind if u can answer these questions.
that u suggested me before in u'r post.

what is cd would i have to put my windows 7 cd in computer ? & what is system root ?
how to resgister mmcndmgr.dll & inetmgr.dll ?
what is IIS & how to install or re install it ?
there was no add/remove windows components option in control panel.where i can find it ?

Thanks
No need to worry about System Root or how to register those .dll files Survivor and IIS is irrelevant. That was information I obtained by doing a search for you. What is relevant is that uninstalling .NET updates was the issue and has fixed your problem. You know what they say ... 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it ! lol.

You can put your Windows 7 installation cd in any of the cd/dvd drives associated with your computer.

Glad we could help you.

Neil.
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20 May 2013   #19
Cool Sir

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1
 
 

Ok 1 more question,forgive me for doing too much questions
ok..i think i mistakely wrote surviver instead of survivor.
How to change my username ?
There is no option for change it.

Thanks For All u'r help
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20 May 2013   #20
Bongo

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Surviver View Post
Ok 1 more question,forgive me for doing too much questions
ok..i think i mistakely wrote surviver instead of survivor.
How to change my username ?
There is no option for change it.

Thanks For All u'r help
Ask Windows 7 Help Forums - View Profile: Brink very nicely and he will change your user name, you can go to Chillout Room - Windows 7 Help Forums and make a new thread and ask for a name change.

Jerry
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