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Windows 7: Unable to bring BITS back

21 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 starter 32 bit
Unable to bring BITS back

Hi, I have lots of problems in my computer right now. Firewall service not running, windows update service not running, BITS service not running and Autochk.exe gives me some errors when trying to execute.

I tried last part of the tutorial ("If you don't have BITS service or cannot to run it,none of previous method help..."). I succesfully import BITSWin7.reg, but when I reboot my PC, the registry key it's not where it's supposed to be. And of course, BITS service, doesn't show up.
I tried to do it normally without PSTools, and also using PSTools, but every time when I reboot, it just disappears.

Any ideas about this? I've also tried lots of FixIt's from Microsoft, and a bunch other solutions from their forum support, but none of them seem to work.
Last but not least, I don't have any recovery partition/CD, and I can't restore my system to a few days ago settings because it says that there is some errors in my disk. (As I said before, Autchk.exe is not working)

Well... I hope someone can help with this.
PS: sorry for my english!

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22 Oct 2012   #2

Windows 7 starter 32 bit

Problem solved.
I contacted the manufacturer and I was able to reinstall my original copy of Windows 7, and now the problem is solved.

If it helps someone, I ran a full check with Microsoft Security Essentials and a Trojan Horse was found in my old windows installation.
Some specificactions here:
Virus name: Trojan:WinNT/Sirefef.N
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