With what program?? Are you talking about the program I ran or the program for something else?? Not sure what you mean.....You know, you said I only have 1.44 gb of Ram but I did install another GB of Ram so I should have 2.44GB which puts me at the max for my PC....so with that amount of GB my PC should be running better than it is. My PC ran great when I just had Windows 7 Home, but when I switched to Windows 7 Ultimate, that's when all my problems started, so why is that?? What can I do now to make my PC run like it did about a year ago....it never hesitated to run ANY program back then. Is this fixable??
OK, I ran another scan, and it doesn't show that it's in any file/folder, it just shows this while scanning: Trojan, Worm, Backdoor.Frauder, Misleading.Secure, Spyware.AdSpy, Trojan.Conhook, just to name a few.
If you click on the link, you have a page from where you can read a guide. I do not want you to run any tools from that page.
Please read the steps from the guide.
"How to Repair Windows 7 System Files with System File Checker"
Step 1 Open an "elevated command prompt" ( .... Step 2 To Scan and Repair System Files .... skip step 3 Step 4 When the scan is complete ....Andreea-Luciana Ostache Senior Support Technician EN firstname.lastname@example.org www.bullguard.com
I'm so sorry, I didn't get it what you were trying to tell me at first, but now I get it. I clicked on the link, opened the page for "How to Repair....". I read through the instructions and followed each step as it said to do. After first scan, it said 'Windows Resource Protection found some corrupted files but was unable to fix some of them.' So ran another scan, as it said to do, and it said the same thing. The instructions say I may need to run the command 3 or 4 times to try and get all the corrupt files. So that's what I'm gonna do. Will let you know the results. Thanks so much for your help so far.
i RAN THE SYSTEM FILE CHECK 4 times and it still says "found corrupt files, unable to fix some of them." So I ran a scan to verify corrupt files, when it was done it said "Windows Resource Protection found integrity violations. Details are included in the CBS.Log." If I am correct, my next step is to try and "manually repair corrupt files". However I do not have my Windows 7 installation disk, so I guess I will have to try and create one . The step-by-step instructions that are given thru your link are pretty clear but very time-consuming and must be burned onto a blank DVD, which I currently do not have but will get one. In reading those instructions, I was doing okay until it came to the part about bringing up the files, then I got lost about how to find the corrupt files and actually fix them. When I get to that point, hopefully someone will be around to actually walk me thru that process. Thank you and will be in contact soon.
Yes, now I do need someone's help.l I have tried and failed to create my Windows 7 installation disk. Had to stop for a bit and step away from the computer. But I do have a good Repair disk I created so I thought I should try that to see if it can repair anything. I have tried to run my repair disk 4 times, and it seems there is a problem. I have used my repair disk several times before over the last month or so and it worked just fine. Now when I try to run the repair disk, when the loading files gets to about 75% done, another page pops up that says: Windows has encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to your computer. This error can be caused by unplugging a removal storage device, such as a USB drive while the device is in use, or by faulty hardware such as a hard-drive or CD-ROM drive that is failing. If you continue to receive this error message, contact the hardware manufacturer." Not sure exactly what this means but I know it can't be good. Is this fixable? I hope someone there is able to help me!!
HELP....I AM STILL WAITING FOR A REPLY FROM MY LAST POST 2 DAYS AGO... Please let me know if someone is able to help me with this problem, or do I need to continue searching for help somewhere, anywhere???
It may not be the CD that is failing but the hard-disk, just like the notification is telling you.
Before you start the repair for Windows, try and start the computer in Safe Mode with Command Prompt and type this command: chkdsk /f C: The disk check tool will scan for and try to fix the hard drive.