Recently i had to make a new account because my last one became
corrupted , so i copied all my files etc.
now when i look in the bottom right corner (on the new NOT CORRUPTED account) where the "network icon" is, there is an X instead of a Globe and when i click it, it says connection status: unknown access is denied. But I'm on the internet so
that means I'm connected, right?
I'm not sure if this is linked to that problem but also, when i go into control panel and into user accounts and click on add or remove accounts a white window pops up and closes really fast.
I have two accounts on this computer, the
corrupted one and my new one. I want to delete the
old one, but it wont let me go into add or remove user accounts on the
new account. Both accounts are administrative so i don't see how that would be a problem, but On the
corrupted account it lets me go into add or remove user accounts and the network is fine. However i cannot delete the
account while I'm on the
account . Help please?
I have already tried remaking my new account administrative.
I'm using windows vista home basic
Oh, this sounds like it could be of some help.
I clicked on iTunes and it had a message pop up saying
"the windows installer service could not be accessed. This can occur if the windows installer is not correctly installed. Contact your support personnel for assistance."
2. You might try to uninstall the iTunes software temporarily while we troubleshoot the other issues.
3. you might also uninstall the HP printer software and check the HP website for an updated package of software and/or drivers.
After those three steps, I suggest rerunning the System File Checker.
To access the log (and make it into a more readable format), go to Start, type “command” in the search box, right click the Command Prompt program and choose Run as Administrator. You may be prompted to Continue. In the Command Prompt, type (or copy
and paste) the following command and press enter: findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log > sfcdetails.txt There will not be any output, type sfcdetails.txt in the command prompt and press enter. This should open up the parsed log file. If you could post the parsed log that would be helpful, in particular are lines that have
“cannot repair member file” in them.