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Crashes 0x3b, 0xd1, 0x133, 0xa

  1. #41


    And so I tried the WU diag tool

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    I'm running dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth once more, but I did not reboot (maybe I should have done that...)

    EDIT: Nope - failed error 0x800f0906

    I will reboot and try again.
    Last edited by simrick; 15 Sep 2015 at 21:49. Reason: error code added

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  2. #42


    NW FLA.-Redneck Country
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    I believe in always rebooting between runs of those type scans.
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  3. #43


    NW FLA.-Redneck Country
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    You could once more try to run it in safe mode in case there is a third party program or driver blocking it.
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  4. #44


    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    I believe in always rebooting between runs of those type scans.
    Yeah, I was just so excited that something was fixed...

    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    You could once more try to run it in safe mode in case there is a third party program or driver blocking it.
    Good idea.
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  5. #45


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    Quote Originally Posted by simrick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    I believe in always rebooting between runs of those type scans.
    Yeah, I was just so excited that something was fixed...

    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    You could once more try to run it in safe mode in case there is a third party program or driver blocking it.
    Good idea.
    A lot of those scans say they fixed the problem, but the real repair happens during a reboot. Was this a clean install or was it an upgrade? If it was an upgrade with Norton installed, that could be the issue. A lot of AV's will mess an upgrade up.
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  6. #46


    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by simrick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    I believe in always rebooting between runs of those type scans.
    Yeah, I was just so excited that something was fixed...

    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    You could once more try to run it in safe mode in case there is a third party program or driver blocking it.
    Good idea.
    A lot of those scans say they fixed the problem, but the real repair happens during a reboot. Was this a clean install or was it an upgrade? If it was an upgrade with Norton installed, that could be the issue. A lot of AV's will mess an upgrade up.
    I watched in Task Manager, the Reads I/O Writes I/O and Other I/O after boot up: The CPU pegged at 100% for almost 4 minutes, and Trusted Installer was at the top of the list of Writes I/O, so you're right - something was being done after the reboot.

    This was OE installed W8.1. The Norton is only an anti-theft program, which has never been activated.

    I'm trying /restorehealth one more time - I did disable all Intel services in msconfig with this reboot, which were the only things I had starting up besides MS services. If this fails, I will uninstall the other programs we talked about, and try again. Failing that, I will try it in safe mode. Somewhere in-between, I will call it a night.
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  7. #47


    Hey essenbe, Would you have a look at this? The error I'm getting refers to .NET Framework.
    Fixing Error Codes 0x800F0906 & 0x800F081F while Enabling .NET Framework 3.5 | Optimize MS Windows

    This is a Google cached page - the actual page link is no good.

    EDIT: /restorehealth just failed again with 0x800f0906

    I will start uninstalling things now.
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  8. #48


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    I've found a few "fixes" on the internet. But, I have no idea which will work or even if the sites are legit.
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  9. #49


    All Apple products removed.
    All Adobe products removed.
    /restorehealth in safe mode still fails.



    Attachment 65513

    same error code.

    Tomorrow I will start evaluating all the Toshiba bloatware on here, and try to decide what can be gotten rid of.
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  10. #50


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    Simrick, are you using an elevated command prompt? it should look lie this not C:/users/vince

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