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Windows 7: windows cannot find pleasewait.exe

02 Jul 2014   #1
gopalsoni

Win 7 32x Ulimate, Win 7 64x UltimTE
 
 
windows cannot find pleasewait.exe

Hi Gurus,

I am having a serious problem and my lack of knowledge I had done some registry changes.

I was using avast antivirus and after trial period finished I uninstalled it.

And tried to delete leftover keys from windows registry.

Some keys were not deleting and said access denied.

So I google it and used a tool called Reset_subinacl and then used another tool named runassystem

With runassystem i opened regedit.exe as system user and then deleted leftover avast keys

Now when i re-booted the system it wont start

Tried repairing the system via F8>repair but not to avail

Then tried win 7 32x ultimate cd to restore os and it did some magic and then system started

Now after restart I can see an error appeared and says windows cannot find pleasewait.exe and clicking next will reboot the system

and I can not use built in touchpad or keyboard as well


Note : I have another OS installed in the same HDD on different partition as 2nd os Win 7 64x Ultimate and system restore is disabled

Please help me Gurus


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03 Jul 2014   #2
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

Using Last Known Good Configuration - Windows Help

Alternatively you could try booting to safe mode then using a restore point. Once back to normal t=see this for avast removal:

avast! Uninstall Utility | Download aswClear for avast! Removal

One reason I stay away from AV "real time shield" type software is I consider uninstallers that leave these hooks behind a hostile act. It's like trying to get your money out of the bank. They act like your stuff belong to them.
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