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Windows 7: June 11 Windows 7 Updates Seem to Have Caused An Issue...

15 Jun 2013   #11

Windows 7 64 bit

VistaKing, thank you for the resource. Just so you know where I'm at regarding the numbered instructions from your link:

1.) I've ran the SURT, but perhaps not for long enough. I'll try running it for a few hours, but I believe this will likely be futile as when running in normal mode, windows is very slow and can't seem to do much - for example, I cannot access the windows updates panel. Unfortunately, this is unavailable in safe mode (makes sense, but for this situation it's a bummer).

I've ran an sfc scan with admin privs. Nothing found.

As I said, I cannot access windows updates, therefore I cannot see/read error codes.

I do have access to the CBS logs, so I'll prepare a zip and post it if all else fails.

5.) I assume I can just use this thread?

Any further thoughts and advice are very much appreciated.

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15 Jun 2013   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit & Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit

You should be fine here in this thread . Once you're done uploading the logs I will have tom982 take a look at them .
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