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Windows 7: HELP: WIN7PRO > WIN10 > WIN7PRO Affected Performance and Connectivity

26 Aug 2015   #1
gfr92y

DT: WIN 7 HP; LT: WIN 7 PRO; TB: WIN XP Media
 
 
HELP: WIN7PRO > WIN10 > WIN7PRO Affected Performance and Connectivity

First, the rant, which you can skip... After discovering that the WIN10 installation deleted some of my software and put on handcuffware, I was livid. As I began to experience compatibility issues with some of my software, limiting my ability to access my LAN, and preventing everyone in my family including me from access any of the printers, which all do so through my PC, I thought is was time to downgrade back to WIN7. Once back to WIN7, it was obvious Microsoft wanted me to know they were not happy with my decision. Once back to WIN7, my processing speed (based on casual observation) was reduced 75%, my pipeline to the internet was now a thistle tube or a small straw, and my oldest restore point was two hours after WIN10 finished its install. When answering the last question on Microsoft's WIN10 uninstall interview, I summarized my experience, of course I did not yet know what lied ahead, and concluded my answer with, "As you can surely see and were probably well aware of, Windows 10 is a piece of shit, in my humble opinion." Oops. Forgot to mention, it also invalidated some of my software licenses.

Not knowing what to do first, I did a sfc /scannow (CBS.log attached) and came up with 88 "cannot repair" statements and 36 "could not reproject corrupted file" statements.

Is that bad?

What should I do now?

Thanks!

Joe


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27 Aug 2015   #2
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Perhaps a repair install - Repair Install
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