All of the content listed in the CheckSUR.log are contained in
Service Pack 1.
So, the download or the installation may
have been corrupted by 3rd party software interference.
To rule out both conditions suggest you first configure your system to Clean boot - How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7 NOTE:
In the Clean boot state all
3rd party firewalls will be Disabled
. If a 3rd party firewall was previously being used, ensure that the native Windows 7 firewall is now On in Control Panel.
Then download and save
the full, standalone of Windows 7 SP1 x64
Click the Continue button to Validate Win 7 first, then download and save windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe
When the download completes close all
open programs and web browsers.
Create a folder on the root drive ( the drive where Windows is installed on, usually, C:\ ), name it SP1, ServicePack, or whatever suits your fancy.
Open the folder, right
, choose 'Run as administrator', agree to the UAC prompt.
Do all of the restarts while the system is still
in the Clean boot configuration.
Did that get SP1 installed ?
Whether it did nor did not, after
the attempt to apply SP1, undo
the Clean boot configuration and restart to normal Windows mode now.