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Windows 7: Reliability Monitor Graph Blank

09 Oct 2015   #1

xp pro/vista business
Reliability Monitor Graph Blank

I know this has been discussed at length before, but I have tried everything I have read here and elsewhere and I still can't get the graph to show anything. The RAC task runs successfully and there are files in the PublishedData and StateDate folders which have the current date and are rather small compared to the same files on another computer I use where it works.

I have noticed that the graph has the message you get when you reset the monitor every other day so it would seem that it is resetting itself and perhaps that is why it doesn't show anything.

I have reset all file and folder permissions to default. Still nothing. I have compared my settings to a computer where it works and they seem the same.

I even decided to bite the bullet and do a repair install, but I get the cannot upgrade Windows 7 Pro to Windows 7 Pro error. And, yes I've tried running the setup.exe in Vistal mode, but still get the error.

I was wondering if anyone might have some updated information that I have yet to find. As I've said, I've done everything listed in this forum such as run sfc /scannow and I ran the batch file posted to reset it. I've deleted the files from the PublishedData and StateData folders.

I've considered trying a system restore, but I don't really know when it stopped working so don't know how far back I'd have to go.

If nothing else, does anyone know how I can get the repair install to work?

Thanks in advance should someone have an answer.

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30 Oct 2015   #2

xp pro/vista business

Well, I fixed the problem and will post how I did it for future reference. I discovered another problem with the service dependencies not showing and getting an error: Interface: class not registered. I decided to check for a solution for this problem and found a batch file online that re-registers all of the system .dll files. I ran that batch file and after rebooting the dependency issue was solved and the reliability monitor started working again.
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