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Windows 7: WindowsUpdate_80070570

23 May 2011   #11
dell1545

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Gentlemen,

Firstly, thank you all for you help - it's very kind of you all, and your expertise is appreciated as all of this is totally over my head!

I have updated the Intel wireless drivers and it also came up for an update for the chipset so I have successfully installed both of these. Thanks. Perhaps I should run a Dell Scan of my system to update any further drivers?

Regarding a repair install, the only discs I have are all marked Dell - they are not retail versions - so I understand I'm not able to do a repair. I will list the discs I have anyway for clarity:
- Win 7 64 Reinstallation DVD (Dell)
- Win Vista 64 Reinstallation DVD (Dell)
- Win 7 Upgrade Option (for upgrade from Win Vista) (Dell)
I would guess the option to do a clean install is there if needs be, but of course I would rather not.

Richard, you've kindly offered to fix the core file. I would guess this would be carried out under Remote Desktop? Or I'm I mistaken. I feel it's the best option. Please instruct me on any preparations I need to do.

(In terms of back ups I have my USER file backed up using Comodo software, and also a Windows System Image back up from a few weeks ago. (I wasn't able to successfully back up user files using Windows software - perhaps a result of this corrupt file?)

Much obliged,

Matt


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23 May 2011   #12
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Matt,

niemiro will be back asap.
Good luck.


Re
your comment
Quote:
Gentlemen,

Firstly, thank you all for you help ........

You got the "gentle" part correct.
Man I am not.
Jan.
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23 May 2011   #13
dell1545

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Jan,

I do apologise! Sorry for this mistake! Thank you to you too for your help!

Best wishes,

Matt
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23 May 2011   #14
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dell1545 View Post
Jan,

I do apologise! Sorry for this mistake! Thank you to you too for your help!

Best wishes,

Matt
Thanks -but no need to apologize.
I will watch this thread with great interest to see the results.
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24 May 2011   #15
niemiro

Vista Home Premium x86 SP2
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dell1545 View Post
Gentlemen,

Firstly, thank you all for you help - it's very kind of you all, and your expertise is appreciated as all of this is totally over my head!

I have updated the Intel wireless drivers and it also came up for an update for the chipset so I have successfully installed both of these. Thanks. Perhaps I should run a Dell Scan of my system to update any further drivers?

Regarding a repair install, the only discs I have are all marked Dell - they are not retail versions - so I understand I'm not able to do a repair. I will list the discs I have anyway for clarity:
- Win 7 64 Reinstallation DVD (Dell)
- Win Vista 64 Reinstallation DVD (Dell)
- Win 7 Upgrade Option (for upgrade from Win Vista) (Dell)
I would guess the option to do a clean install is there if needs be, but of course I would rather not.

Richard, you've kindly offered to fix the core file. I would guess this would be carried out under Remote Desktop? Or I'm I mistaken. I feel it's the best option. Please instruct me on any preparations I need to do.

(In terms of back ups I have my USER file backed up using Comodo software, and also a Windows System Image back up from a few weeks ago. (I wasn't able to successfully back up user files using Windows software - perhaps a result of this corrupt file?)

Much obliged,

Matt
Good day to you, Matt!

Since you seem as though you may be interested, I shall explain what I do on each step. This is usually a two step process. And there should be no need for Remote Desktop It isn't really very hard. All you have to do is download a good copy of the file from me, put it in a special place, and then run a command to tell Windows to replace the bad with the good. More on this later.

First, a few of your other questions:

Quote:
I have updated the Intel wireless drivers and it also came up for an update for the chipset so I have successfully installed both of these. Thanks. Perhaps I should run a Dell Scan of my system to update any further drivers?
At the moment, not. Intel should have updated you nicely. If the BSoDs continue, I shall look once again at the dumps, and consider trying Dell, but for the moment leave things as they stand

Quote:
Regarding a repair install, the only discs I have are all marked Dell - they are not retail versions - so I understand I'm not able to do a repair. I will list the discs I have anyway for clarity:
Thanks for listing your disks. I think that you may be able to do a Repair Install...someone may well correct me, but don't worry. It is far quicker just to fix the issue.

Quote:
(In terms of back ups I have my USER file backed up using Comodo software, and also a Windows System Image back up from a few weeks ago. (I wasn't able to successfully back up user files using Windows software - perhaps a result of this corrupt file?)
Quite likely. I am glad you have backups. Just in case (although you really don't need to worry)

If you have any more questions, don't hesitate to ask!

Right, this fix is a two step process. The first step is to confirm that the file is indeed corrupt. This is because although Windows reports the file to be corrupt, it is actually possible that instead of the file being corrupt, the catalogs Windows uses are corrupt)

This was more of a problem in XP. In XP, SFC and all of the behind the scenes work was very basic, and could easily go wrong. In Vista, Microsoft did an absolutely fantastic job of making the behind the scenes Component Based Servicing (CBS) etc. really, really neat and accurate. In XP, occasinally SFC reported 100 file failed signature verification, and then we target the catroot2 folder at a guess.

In Vista/7, Windows is almost always correct in working out whether it is the file or catalogue which is corrupt, but it is not in my nature to be only 95% certain. And it doesn't take very long to check. Step one is just this quick check. Also, in Vista/7, we can home in one an actual fix for whatever CBS corruption there is, whereas in XP we just rebuild caches until the error was resolved!

So, next time someone says that XP is better than Vista, nod wisely and tell them that the ground up Component Based Servicing system in Vista makes your life so much happier! lol.

Right, without further ado!

OTL - Download or alternative link here and here

Please Download OTL to your Desktop
  • Double click on the icon to run it. Make sure most other windows are closed to let it run uninterrupted.
  • Under the Custom Scan box paste this in
/md5start
d3d10_1.dll
/md5stop
  • Click the None button, followed by Run Scan button. The scan wont take long (between 5 - 15 minutes)
  • When the scan completes, it will open one notepad window. OTL.Txt. This is saved in the same location as OTL.
  • Please copy (Edit->Select All, Edit->Copy) the contents of this file, and post it here.
Thanks a lot!

Richard
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24 May 2011   #16
dell1545

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Richard,

Thanks for the advice.

Please find the following result:


OTL logfile created on: 24/05/2011 08:54:33 - Run 1
OTL by OldTimer - Version 3.2.23.0 Folder = C:\Users\Matthew\Desktop
64bit- Home Premium Edition (Version = 6.1.7600) - Type = NTWorkstation
Internet Explorer (Version = 9.0.8112.16421)
Locale: 00000809 | Country: United Kingdom | Language: ENG | Date Format: dd/MM/yyyy

4.00 Gb Total Physical Memory | 2.52 Gb Available Physical Memory | 63.10% Memory free
7.99 Gb Paging File | 6.27 Gb Available in Paging File | 78.50% Paging File free
Paging file location(s): ?:\pagefile.sys [binary data]

%SystemDrive% = C: | %SystemRoot% = C:\Windows | %ProgramFiles% = C:\Program Files (x86)
Drive C: | 465.66 Gb Total Space | 275.70 Gb Free Space | 59.21% Space Free | Partition Type: NTFS
Drive E: | 1.84 Gb Total Space | 0.02 Gb Free Space | 0.90% Space Free | Partition Type: FAT

Computer Name: MATTHEW-1545 | User Name: Matthew | Logged in as Administrator.
Boot Mode: Normal | Scan Mode: Current user | Include 64bit Scans
Company Name Whitelist: Off | Skip Microsoft Files: Off | No Company Name Whitelist: Off | File Age = 30 Days

========== Custom Scans ==========



< MD5 for: D3D10_1.DLL >
[2011/01/17 06:47:13 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=2DE90400A63818FA38C4C5C9ADB166BF -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17544_none_5210778d07ec83d8\d3d10_1.dll
[2010/11/02 05:25:43 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=3954A03A729FE37D5B4B35BF06745F85 -- C:\Windows\SysWOW64\d3d10_1.dll
[2010/11/02 05:25:43 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=3954A03A729FE37D5B4B35BF06745F85 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.20830_none_50ba861623df3669\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 06:36:28 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=6C467D0074067C13E814EBD456FC90B7 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.21643_none_5299140e210b0a4b\d3d10_1.dll
[2009/07/14 02:15:07 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=6E05F39AF5B91CEE0D2A84501EEEDBD8 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_none_4fffd3890ae5ac6b\d3d10_1.dll
[2009/07/14 02:15:07 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=6E05F39AF5B91CEE0D2A84501EEEDBD8 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.20781_none_508574de2406de4e\d3d10_1.dll
[2009/07/14 02:15:07 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=6E05F39AF5B91CEE0D2A84501EEEDBD8 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17514_none_5230e75107d43005\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 07:19:28 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=71EE52D3B12CFADADE01044C3EA46D9A -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.21643_none_aeb7af91d9687b81\d3d10_1.dll
[2010/11/02 06:17:47 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=A8A206DEE0567DFB36AA3435D4CFA3CE -- C:\Windows\SysNative\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 06:38:38 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=B8473011F59A6AA2B35E84AA19D707CF -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16741_none_502719a90ac8cbe7\d3d10_1.dll
[2010/11/02 06:12:06 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=C5148DDA65E361A78F6372CCA637A5EE -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16699_none_ac17a5fac3479663\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 06:30:18 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=C5907DE0CAF506C7FA39C25EE7D0ED09 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.20882_none_5086770e2405f4cc\d3d10_1.dll
[2010/11/02 05:35:34 | 000,161,792 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=C5F549970AC071EA452E58B6422C94FA -- C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16699_none_4ff90a770aea252d\d3d10_1.dll
[2009/07/14 02:40:25 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=D63BEE2A8B22482F7080A8D3F2E1A733 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_none_ac1e6f0cc3431da1\d3d10_1.dll
[2009/07/14 02:40:25 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=D63BEE2A8B22482F7080A8D3F2E1A733 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.20781_none_aca41061dc644f84\d3d10_1.dll
[2009/07/14 02:40:25 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=D63BEE2A8B22482F7080A8D3F2E1A733 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17514_none_ae4f82d4c031a13b\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 12:09:14 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=E1374D37477322D4956604711008C69D -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17544_none_ae2f1310c049f50e\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 07:17:00 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=E52A95ED91EB87FE72971CBB6B665C27 -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16741_none_ac45b52cc3263d1d\d3d10_1.dll
[2011/01/17 07:12:54 | 000,197,120 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) MD5=E8C88115B6AE3DBAE9B7E176F10872FB -- C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-directx-direct3d10.1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.20882_none_aca51291dc636602\d3d10_1.dll

< End of report >
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24 May 2011   #17
niemiro

Vista Home Premium x86 SP2
 
 

Hello again, Matt!

How goes it with Microsoft? What is the status with them?

Anyway, I shall continue! Well done on the log! Excellent work!

That file is completely missing. I had a slight suspicion that that might have been the case. SFC doesn't trip over a corrupt file (it wouldn't be much use if it did!), but it does occasionally trip over big corruptions, such as whole missing directories or files. Anyway, file missing is a safer operation. There is no overwrite, and your computer is almost fully functional without that file!

Your CBS Error code is STATUS_FILE_CORRUPT_ERROR, which is a rarer error code. More common error codes (but for slightly different meanings) are:

ERROR_SXS_ASSEMBLY_NOT_FOUND
ERROR_SXS_FILE_HASH_MISMATCH
ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND (mapped from STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND)
ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND (mapped from STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_NOT_FOUND)

I am curious as to why this didn't show up in your CheckSUR.log. I would have expected a CSI Payload File Missing error. I am wondering if this other error code has something to do with it.

Anyway, this is slightly beside the point. I shall just replace the file (replacing the file is all that is required)

Please dig out your install disk (we are not actually going to reinstall, just replace the file from the offline environment)

Please download the attached Packs.zip. Unzip it into your C:\ drive, creating a structure like this: C:\Packs\Windows\winsxs....

Then please follow METHOD ONE, STEPS 1 - 6 here: SFC /SCANNOW : Run in Command Prompt at Boot

Basically, boot into your disk, and find out your drive letter, and then open up a Command Prompt. Don't worry about doing it wrong. Nothing too drastic will happen! Just have another go! But do try to get it right

Then, instead of actually using SFC, please type the following Command and press enter:

robocopy {boot partition}:\Packs {boot partition}:\ /E /IS

For example, robocopy C:\Packs C:\ /E /IS

A lot of text will scroll across the screen while file databases are built, and then one tiny copy operation will happen at the end! (building file databases will take just about half the time of OTL, so not too long)

Don't panic about what is going on! It will all go alright!

Then reboot into Windows, and re-test Windows Update!

Feel free to ask any questions you may have, and the very best of luck!

Richard


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25 May 2011   #18
dell1545

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Richard,

Thanks for all the above analysis and information. I'm busy with exams at the moment but I finish later today () so I will attempt your solution this evening.

Regarding Microsoft, please find below transcript:

______________________________________________________________________________________________

Dear Matthew,

Thank you for keep in touch.

I understand that the issue still persists after renaming the Windows Update Softwaredistribution folder. I also understand that when running the SFC, a message prompted that “Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation.”

Matthew, I also understand that you have invested a significant amount of effort and time on this issue.

Based on this situation, I suggest we perform an In-place Upgrade directly to repair the corrupted system components. I would like to explain that the In-place Upgrade is a tool to repair the system. Through the special upgrade process, we will be able to repair the system. The In-place Upgrade will not affect settings like photos, movies, documents, etc. that are saved on the computer. Please perform the following steps:

In-place Upgrade
=============
1. Insert the Windows 7 installation or upgrade DVD in the computer's DVD drive.
2. Click Start and choose Computer.
3. Please find the "setup.exe" file in the DVD-ROM and double click it.
4. Click Install now.
5. If we are prompted to input the product key, please click Next without inputting any key. The setup wizard will prompt and ask if you agree to install Windows 7 without the key. Please choose to confirm.
6. When you reach the "Which type of installation do you want" screen, click Upgrade to upgrade the system files of Windows 7.

Note 1: When you asked if you want to update your system before In-Place Upgrade, please choose Do not update.

Note 2: While performing the In-place Upgrade, the system will restart automatically (several times) to merge the files and programs. Please leave the computer alone and do not configure it until In-place Upgrade is completed. The system will start Windows 7 once it is upgraded.

When the In-place Upgrade finishes please restart the computer and go to Windows Update to test the issue again.

Please try my suggestions and let me know the results at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your effort and patience.

I'm waiting for your reply. Have a nice day.

Best Regards,

Tracy Liang

______________________________________________________________________________________________-

I don't know how much this differs to your solution.

Which do you advise I try first?

Regards,

Matt
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25 May 2011   #19
niemiro

Vista Home Premium x86 SP2
 
 

Hello Matt!

Good luck with your exams! Mine are after half term, so two weeks time

An in-place upgrade is just another name for a Repair Install. They are the same thing.

Both solutions will work. My solution is slightly more technical, but slightly quicker. It is your choice.

Both options have been layed before you! Both are fine! Take your pick, and don't worry, because neither is better than the other.

Richard
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27 May 2011   #20
dell1545

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I decided to go for the cd option as I didn't back myself on the technical route and am happy to say the issue is all resolved.

I am now running Windows 7 SP 1 and can install all updates in a breeze.

Thank you to everyone who helped, and especially to Richard, for your fantastic support and know-how.

Much appreciated,

Matt
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