Can't use sfc in cmd prompt, can't repair from disc, can't update! HELP!(screenshots)

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Ikelos

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Everytime I start my computer I get an error message saying "eoi.dll not found"
I was recently having bluescreen crashes that would say "memory_management" which I think were related to a cpu issue, "symmetry test fail," I have since had the cpu replaced.
I can't run sfc /scannow in the cmd promt, even when run as an administrator, it cancels as it starts
I can't repair the os from the windows 7 disc, it says I need to download sp1 and run updates
I can't run updates. My os is certified, but the updates seem to cancel just as they begin, just like with the sfc /scannow
I'm kind of out of options, all I want is for my computer to install updates properly but I'm pretty sure the os is corrupt somehow, but I can't find a way to repair it without formatting the whole system. Any suggestions?

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Ikelos

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downloaded and running scan. Thanx for the suggestion
Unfortunately I can't run sfc /scannow in cmd prompt, even as an admin. Infact, I've booted directly from the disc and tried to run it from there and it still wont work, nor does repairing the os from the disc. :(
 

dai

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i have asked one the security team to have a look and see what they think
 

dai

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run DDS and post the contents of the two logs in the Virus and MalwareRemoval room. include a link to the Windows 7 room thread.
 
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