|11 Dec 2011||#1|
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WMC has stopped working after performing an upgrade repair
A few weeks ago I was having a problem trying to install SP1. After trying a number of suggestions and not wanting to prolong this problem I followed the procedure outlined in "How to Do a Repair Install to Fix Windows 7" This seems to have resolved a number of problems but now I have a new one
Each time I try to start WMC it generates a dialog box with the message "WMC has stopped working" Windows is searching for a solution to the problem. But never finds one.
In reviewing the Event Log, it reports the following;
Event 1001, Windows Error Reporting
Fault bucket 1647451282, type 5
Event Name: CLR20r3
Response: Not available
Cab Id: 0
These files may be available here:
Rechecking for solution: 0
Report Id: 9e4f3f21-242b-11e1-9e34-00247ef64d3b
Report Status: 0
1) I have run "SFC /verifyonly" and it reports all is well!
2) Under "Turn Windows Features on or off" Have checked, unchecked and checked again "Windows Media Center"
3) under "System Configuration",
General - unchecked "Load startup items"
Services - checked Microsoft services and Disabled all others
Startup - Disabled all
After rebooting I tried to start WMC and got the same results, "WMC has stopped working"
What else can I try short of re-installing upgrade again.
System started out as HP 64bit desktop running Vista Ultimate then upgraded to Window 7 Ultimate.
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