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Failing services/ Explorer/Programs on start up

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by renda85, Oct 28, 2007.

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  1. renda85

    renda85 Thread Starter

    Oct 28, 2007
    Hey everyone...

    My New Viao thats just 2 weeks old got the best of me. It currently has Vista business.

    It all started when I was download a movie that required Via. I installed quick time and restarted the labtop. After logging in to desktop. i received "explorer has stopped working". i was not able to log on to my desktop from then on. when i would open the task manager to run explorer i would errors and i wasnt able to restart explorer.

    i restarted the computer is safe mode with cmd. did a sfc scan.
    it told me that it was 99% complete but it was not able to fix all the corrupted files. i then did a chkdsk scan, and re-did the sfc scan. same out come. i have the CBS log to see which files it couldn't fix.

    Now every time i log on to desktop, everything starts failing,
    "windows live mseeneger stopped working, "host process for windows services stopped working" , 'windows media player stopped working" my Internet explored disappeared and i get a "Iexplorer is not a valid win32 application". It cant install the drives when i insert a USB key. i even get the blue screen of death at times.

    I did a system restore and it didnt help. i tried to repair windows through my vista cd, and it didnt detect anything ot repair. I'm really stumped on this. I do know that everything works in safe mode.

    i have the file i got from System file checker, i didnt want to post it, theres alot of text!
  2. ayjayoh21


    Dec 29, 2004
    I think my problem is similar - did you manage to fix this or can anybody help ?
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