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Windows 7: Windows 7 sp1 RTM: Logon, Desktop Sidebar & Windows Live Sign in Assit

23 Mar 2011   #1
LagoonLegion

 
 
Windows 7 sp1 RTM: Minnor Issues; Guess No One Acknowledge These

Windows 7 sp1 RTM: Logon, Desktop Sidebar & Windows Live Sign in Assitant Issues (unknown minnor issues-if you face the same issues, please post it here)

Hi Guys , please read the clarification before going to the issues part.

Clarification :
I faced a few issues after installing the Windows 7 sp1 RTM. I am very sure (100%) that these are the Windows 7 sp1 RTM fault (already gone through a few discussions and tested by myself on various ways).

There is no problem with IE9 RTM as these problems were also existing when I used IE8 (Original file came with my Windows 7 pack).

I am certain that my Windows Live Sign In Assitant has no problem at all (tested with latest Windows Live Essential 2011 pack-the one with minor update).

Everything works properly prior/before of the installation of Windows 7 sp1 RTM (of course by reverting back the Windows 7 sp1 RTM to Windows 7 will solve everything).

The point is I want the solution for Windows 7 sp1 RTM. Hope you can help. Kindly view my issues below.

OS Platform: Windows 7 sp1 RTM
Browser: Internet Explorer 9 RTM (Version 9.0.8112.16421)

Issues :
1) Error on Logon: After I log off my computer (pressed the log off button only) and re-logon back, parts of the Windows Live Sign In Assistant were disabled (with an error message box). ~view snapshot 1

2) Desktop Sidebar issue: Some of the gadgets are not working properly or not fully functioning. Examples; usage gauge in O&O DiskStat is not working but the hard disk space gauge is working; Microsoft Blue Calendar is displaying with a white frame. Both gadgets had no such a problem previously. ~view snapshot 1

3) Related with issues 1 and 2 above: When I disabled the Desktop Sidebar in Control Panel, restarted my pc. When the Windows started, parts of the Windows Live Sign In Assistant were disabled (with an error message box) which was the same error with issue 1 above and had the same error message box. ~view snapshot 1

Note that, before I disabled the Desktop Sidebar, there was no error on starting the windows, but there was still an error on logon the Windows after pressing the log off button only, the rest were all fine (Issues 1 and 2 are still existing, but no issue 3 or other issues).

Shapshot 1:


Any idea?

Thank You

Legion


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23 Mar 2011   #2
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

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24 Mar 2011   #3
LagoonLegion

 
 

I want to keep using Windows 7 sp1 RTM. Can anyone tell me other solution besides uninstalling it which I already know? Also, my Windows Live Sign In Assistant has no problem (Windows Live Sign In Assistant was reinstalled with the latest Windows Live Essential 2011 pack; I already mentioned in my clarification).

Although your help does not help me but I appreciate your effort. Thanks Jacee.

By the way, anybody can solves the three issues above (those issues exist after installation of Windows 7 sp1 RTM)? What is going on with the service pack 1, how can I fix it, any idea?

Thank You

Legion
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