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Windows 7: 4 Problems At One Time On A Windows 7 Operating System Need Help !

29 Jun 2014   #11
gregrocker

 

The link is to the official WIn7 downloads w/ SP1. Use the one for your licensed version.

What type of disk do you have that can't do a Repair Install? Any installation disk of same SP and bit-version can do one, just not Factory Recovery disks.


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29 Jun 2014   #12
steelersjourney

 

This One Is Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Home Premium ,But It Is A Refurbished Computer .When I Had Another Issue I Tried To Do It With AT&T ConnecTect Over The Phone And They Said It Doesn't Have That Feature !!
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29 Jun 2014   #13
gregrocker

 

If it will install then it should run a Repair Install.

Click on the blue link and follow the steps to see.

If not download the ISO for your version and burn to disk with ImgBurn.
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29 Jun 2014   #14
steelersjourney

 

Not To Seem Like A Chicken ,But I'm Scared To Death To Run Any Windows Disc ,Not Alone A Link To One .I Really Don't Want To Make This Any Worst Then It Already Is .I Mean I Had Windows XP For 7 Years And Now Windows 7 For A Little More Then A Year And I Never Had 4 Problems At One Time So This Has Got Me On Edge .Are You Sure This Can't Literally Blow Up In My Face ?
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29 Jun 2014   #15
gregrocker

 

If you're able to follow steps we give precisely, or else ask back questions until you can get them done, without doing anything else on your own, then you should be able to do it.

For example, I specifically asked you to do two steps for which you only replied back to the first one, just ignoring the second as though I hadn't even taken the time to write it all out for you.

So why dont' you answer now what happened when you create a new Administrative-level User account and tried those things that didn't work you reported in your first post. User Account - Create - Windows 7 Help Forums

Nothing irritates us more here than having steps ignored or skipped. If you cannot be thorough and do every step fully, or ask back until you can get it done, then you should take it to a shop where they will charge you hundreds of dollars and don't have nearly the expertise we have here.
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29 Jun 2014   #16
andrew129260

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Nothing irritates us more here than having steps ignored or skipped. If you cannot be thorough and do every step fully, or ask back until you can get it done, then you should take it to a shop where they will charge you hundreds of dollars and don't have nearly the expertise we have here.


Help is given out for free, the easiest thing you can do is work with us, making sure to respond to each and every question and provide feedback. We are more than happy to help, but you need to help us as well. We cannot fix it on our own when we are not there.

Things like, that didn't work does not tell us anything. You always want to go into more detail.
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29 Jun 2014   #17
steelersjourney

 

Good News Everybody After Posting This To Yahoo Answers ,Microsoft Answers ,And Here For The Third And Final Time I Was Able To Get Help With A Log Me In From AT&T ConnecTech And This Time The Tech Added Registry Keys And Values To Those Entries Which Completely Fix All The Problems !!
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29 Jun 2014   #18
gregrocker

 

How much did that cost?
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29 Jun 2014   #19
steelersjourney

 

I Have A Monthly Subscription With AT&T ConnecTech For 15 Dollars A Month Which Is Added To My DSL And Land Line From AT&T .I Posted This Because The First 2 Log Me In's All They Wanted To Do Was Throw Everything On The Other Account Which Isn't The Total Answer All The Time .Sorry I Got On Your Nerves A Bit I Know You Were Trying To Help ,But I Had To Make Sure I Covered Everything Before I Brought It Into Staples ,Thanks For The Help !!
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29 Jun 2014   #20
gregrocker

 

Your better bet would have been to migrate over to a new Account if that was working correctly because there may be other corruption you encounter that wasn't fixed by whatever registry fix they applied.

Let us know how it goes after giving it a good run of everything you do.
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