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Windows 7: So Much Missing DLLs & some programs won't start

09 Jul 2015   #1

Win 7 x86 Ultimate
So Much Missing DLLs & some programs won't start

First time of installation Windows 7 x64 Ultimate, there was no problem. Everything was fine.

Recently, there were a missing 3 dll file for a one time my Windows opening, and then there was no missing file but lots of errors were there.

Google Chrome's some setting buttons won't opening, flash player installer returns a error called 0xc00000142. (for this time Flash Player is installed succesfully) Some Programs Won't opening, e.g. Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool although it was opening recently and here is what looks when I opened Windows Update Center:

Sometimes programs doesn't respond and when there is no problems in update center, it still wasn't downloading important updates and so on.

So below is my sfc /scannow results. Also I have bootable USB installation disc but there is no Repair Your Computer option and when I hit F8 > get into Kernel Debugger (Recovery Tools) > Command Prompt > sfc /scannow > it returns a error like "There is a system repair pending which requires reboot and run sfc again..."

So what shall I do for that? Running chkdsk or replacing problematic DLL files one by one from installation disc's sources folder? Thanks.

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09 Jul 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Boot with the USB and select repair when it says "install now".

Perhaps a repair install is better for you, you can read here: Repair Install
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09 Jul 2015   #3

Win 7 x86 Ultimate

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
Boot with the USB and select repair when it says "install now".

Perhaps a repair install is better for you, you can read here: Repair Install
Thank you so much, there is no repair option in my installation. I'm going to try that, thanks.
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