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Windows 7: Win Explorer isn't working fine, probably due to RPC errors or malware

07 Jul 2010   #1
JIMIneitor

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (7.1.7600.16385)
 
 
Win Explorer isn't working fine, probably due to RPC errors or malware

Hi, I'm glad to be in this forum

Well, the problem is I was using an .exe that surely was malware.

I use Comodo Firewall and I blocked the access to that file, so when I tried to open it, it didn't let me, so I don't know why I gave it admin rights and opened it. It seemed to work fine, but when I rebooted my PC, I couldn't open anything via explorer.exe, i got this error messages



When I boot in safe mode everything's fine.

RPC service is running, according to services.msc

Right now I'm canning my system for viruses, will post the results when done.


Thanks.


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07 Jul 2010   #2
merkat106

Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1
 
 

RPC Server Unavailable - read this
How to Fix RPC Error When the RPC Server is Unavailable - or this
even though these seem like older articles, I believe that they may be relevant.

These may provide a possible fix or at least give some insight into it. Might try uninstalling Comodo and rebooting then see if problem remains. Let me know what happens, so I can help you further if necessary
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