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    Exclamation [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Hello,

    there was a big crash, anyway WU was fixed. But there are some issues left.

    1. Action Center shows there is no AntiSpy and Antivirus available.
    But there is Microsoft Security Essentials working fine and another icon indicates about it. Action Center seems clear only when I update MSE databases until next restart. Besides I dont use and dont want to WIndows Defender, and it is mentioned with Antispy antispyware software disabled along with MSE.

    2. Network and Sharing Center shows no conections, but Internet is working through WIFi. When I click the option "Connect to a network," the is no list of available wireless networks.

    [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?-capture_001_02122017_191733-jpg

    (Comp1) - APClient- Internet (WiFi) - Router - (Comp2)

    (APClient) - LAN card - IP Settings [Auto]
    (Router)
    192.168.1.2
    255.255.255.0
    192.168.1.1
    192.168.1.1

    The settings has worked before it crashed. (APClient) card IP setting no difference now if there is [Auto] or manual
    Can't see shared files (Comp2) even by Comp2 itself. I dont know if local network browsing is working right now, but can access area by Total Commander from Comp1

    Wwansvc Error 5 in services.msc - is it in some related to the problems? I tried to change it to LocalSystem Account but popped up another error. "Access Is Denied" When trying to add wireless network - Page 6 - Windows 7 Help Forums


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    Re: [W7SP1PRO x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Ad. 1 . It seems there is no AntiSpy software except Windows Defender that gets its data from WMI. So if I want not to use Windows Defender, Action Center will show no antispyware at all. I got Antimalware Anti-Malware, but it is not linked with Action Center check. If I update MSE - Action Center shows OK for all.

    So is there any better than Antimalware free AntiSpyware that could be detected by Action Center? I read that Antimalware is very good for remove threats, but it is not so good to scan for potential malware etc.

    ad. 2. Still need your help about my network!

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Ad. 2. It seems to be related to the problem, but there is no change after modifying registry Computer Connection/Locations problems - Windows 7 Help Forums What does it mean "Notice that permissions are not automatically inherited in the registry, so you may need to explicitly "replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object".

    Do I have to roll back changes from adding Local Service and NetworkService to Users Group? iis - How to add NETWORK SERVICE to Users permission group? - Server Fault

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Hi.. .

    The "no anti-virus" message is common and can be disregarded.

    Pretty much the same with the wifi message.

    I would suggest that you run Windows System Restore - select a restore point prior to the crash.

    Windows System Restore - Restore your System (Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 & Vista)

    Perform the system restore ASAP -- before the restore points are gone.

    When you start getting access denied messages (usually 0xc0000005 error codes), something is amiss.

    Any idea what caused the crash? Was it a BSOD?

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    I ask a moderator to remove this thread. I want to start one more time, because there si a big progress I have made.
    The thread seems to be useless now.
    There is only Network and Sharing Center issue left.
    I want to edit and save only my entry post here. Thank You.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    There is no reason to remove this thread. There is nothing private or offensive or improper that warrants such action.

    Forums are places for "open" discussions where everyone has an opportunity to share and learn. Others may find the information useful.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Sure, but it seems that I split some facts, and it is now not clear even for me, how to continue it anyway.
    Besides, I found solution but no idea what have caused so horrible crash. That is the point. Could you delete #1 and #2, and leave #3 as an entry post then I could continue sharing my experience.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Well, I don't even see a #3.

    Don't worry about this. Just post your current status and current concerns and we can move on from there.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Forums are places for "open" discussions where everyone has an opportunity to share and learn. Others may find the information useful.
    That's why I want to merge posts in one! Because I want to share information best I can!
    My entry posts are garbage. The forum is not a mess.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Well, I don't even see a #3.
    Still, you can save third my post as the only, entry post. Thanks.





    The OS is 2 years old full version of Windows 7 x64 Professional without reinstall.
    I use Malwarebytes software, and MSE antivirus. The OS is under protection.
    Computer is connected to WIFi.


    I splitted the process into two stages.

    Health Report:
    - Discs - OK!
    - Memory - OK!


    FIRST STAGE (July 2017 - September 2017):


    1. OS had crashed, secondary HDD Samsung F3 dissapeared after restart - SATA cable OK!
    2. OS crashes one time a week; sometimes secondary disc dissapeared.
    3. WU, Audio and web browser lags - antivirus scans prevented some minor issues.
    4. Windows Update was cleaned and restarted - Windows 7 SP1 Windows Update stuck checking for updates - Super User
    5. OS restart loop problem - Registry restore from command line with OS Disc:

    cd \windows\system32\config\regback

    xcopy c:\windows\system32\config\regback c:\windows\system32\config

    It seemed that Windows System Restore was not running properly....

    [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?-first-bsod-chrome-jpg
    The oldest reported BSOD - Chrome was uninstalled.


    Fixed! - No crashes - no WU issues - a month later....



    SECOND STAGE (November 2017)


    1. Sudden major BSOD - after Restore Point - WU crash. (major bug)
    2. Some minor bugs - Windows Audio disabled during start-up, disabled WMI in Action Center, Network and Sharing Center
    reports wrongly that computer is not connected to Internet.
    3. Try to reset WU, reinstall audio and card drivers (No yellow marks in Device Manager)
    4. Sysnative expert did the job (major bug) -> [W7SP1 x64] CheckSur.log 0x80070002 - Major WU update issue after system restore.

    Quote Originally Posted by jcgriff2 View Post
    Hi.. .

    The "no anti-virus" message is common and can be disregarded.
    Pretty much the same with the wifi message.

    [...]

    When you start getting access denied messages (usually 0xc0000005 error codes), something is amiss.

    5. Tweaking.com Windows Repair did some work (minor bugs) - custom settings

    [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?-tweaking-com-windows-repair-jpg

    6. Manual work on services/privileges ---> Windows 7 states I'm not connected to any networks when in fact I am connected to my wireless network??

    a. Open cmd.exe as administrator.
    b. Type those command lines:
    net localgroup Administrators /add networkservice (press enter)
    net localgroup Administrators /add localservice (press enter)
    c. Reboot



    7. Everything is OK. WU works OK. No crashes. No lags.

    [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?-finalny-os-jpg

    Quote Originally Posted by jcgriff2 View Post

    Any idea what caused the crash? Was it a BSOD?

    I dont rememeber all codes of BSODs. But the most dangereos for me were Boot BCD black screen issues ocassionally while BSOD.
    (for example 0xc000000f or 0xc00000e9);

    So I think crashes are specific driver related, but I am not sure. Look, the GPU, network card and other components were running well, and there are not so many options to update them, bacause of age. The reason why I didn't reinstall OS: unknown causes of BSOD's - no major problems during work.

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    I needed to determine which were causing issue. You've installed a Preview of an update and that wreaked havoc on your machine.
    If that make a sense, there was WU issue from the beginning?

    Anyway, let put it clear. I want to examine if problems are software or hardware related.
    And how to prevent them in future - I want to upgrade my oldschool computer (GPU, monitor).

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    The reason why I didn't reinstall OS...

    Anyway, let put it clear. I want to examine if problems are software or hardware related.
    First, reinstalling the OS should always be a last resort option. For one, it typically puts you months or even years behind in critical security updates. It often does not resolve the problem. And even when the problem is resolved, nothing is learned to prevent recurrence.

    You do want to make sure Windows is current and you don't have any errors shown in Device Manager.

    As a hardware guy, the first rule of troubleshooting potential hardware issues is to ensure you are providing good, clean, stable power. So my suggestion would be to swap in known good power supply. If you are considering upgrading your graphics solution, you might consider your power needs now since the GPU is often the most power hungry device in our computers. It is not uncommon to require a bigger power supply when upgrading graphics. Get a quality supply from a reputable maker. I like Seasonic and EVGA. And I recommend at least 80 PLUS Bronze, preferably "Gold".
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Get a quality supply from a reputable maker. I like Seasonic and EVGA. And I recommend at least 80 PLUS Bronze, preferably "Gold".
    See my specs. XFX is a quality supply. GTX 750 Ti 2GB will be enough for this unit and consumes not so much power.
    True, I can buy very modern machine, but I need it not for gaming.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    See my specs. XFX is a quality supply.
    I like XFX too. But it is wrong to assume it is working properly. Until Man can create perfection 100% of the time, there will always be units that fail prematurely - either through a manufacturing defect, or from abuse such as it bouncing off the truck or from a power anomaly off the grid.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Voltage was measured in PSU. The CPU was overclocked several times in the past, but only for test purposes. The CPU has stock values.
    Someone has suggested that because of overclocking. There wan no OC while BSODs.
    So is there any possible software explanation?

    PSU and SSD are best parts of my PC.

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Voltage was measured in PSU.
    I guess I just am not explaining myself good enough. To verify your PSU is working properly, you MUST swap in a different one. You can NOT conclusively test a PSU unless you are a qualified technician using an oscilloscope with the PSU under a full range of expected loads, or you test it with a dedicated power supply analyzer. Are you a qualified technician? Do you have one of these sophisticated and expensive pieces of test equipment? And are you qualified to interpret the results?

    A simple PSU tester, even a good one like this one is not conclusive. They show if a PSU is bad, but not if the PSU is good! A multimeter is not conclusive! Did you test under a full range of loads? Do you know if the voltages across those loads are within the allowed tolerances? Is ripple suppressed to well within allowed levels?

    EVERYTHING inside your case depends on clean stable power. For this reason, you start at the wall. Is it plugged in? Is it turned on? Is the power supply delivering clean, stable power? If you assume a PSU is good without verifying it is good, you can easily end up spending a lot of money replacing something that was not broken - it was only receiving bad power.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Get a quality supply from a reputable maker. I like Seasonic and EVGA. And I recommend at least 80 PLUS Bronze, preferably "Gold".
    Is there a better option in the price range and wattage than XFX 450 PRO?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    If you assume a PSU is good without verifying it is good, you can easily end up spending a lot of money replacing something that was not broken - it was only receiving bad power.
    Yes, you may be right! Someone suggested that BSODs could be related with OC. Is it better to keep manual settings even at stock values in BIOS? Rememeber it is Xeon processor on socket 775.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    To verify your PSU is working properly, you MUST swap in a different one.
    So what to do? I can't buy it right now. XFX is the only PSU I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    First, reinstalling the OS should always be a last resort option. For one, it typically puts you months or even years behind in critical security updates. It often does not resolve the problem. And even when the problem is resolved, nothing is learned to prevent recurrence.
    So maybe it will be better to turn off Windows Updates definitely if my machine will not be upgraded in future?
    Maybe it is too old unit and it is time to think in 2018 about something like H110/G4600 etc.

    You see it is not a gaming machine. Stable unit works mainly for office purposes in clean room.


    So we examine some possible hardware issues. I really thank you. Let's get back to Software.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    You do want to make sure Windows is current and you don't have any errors shown in Device Manager.
    No issues in Device Manager.

    The last reported BSOD came along with BOOT error. I suppose it started during Eset Online Scanner was scanning and mouse lagging. What does it mean?

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Someone suggested that BSODs could be related with OC.
    That's true. BSODs can be caused by many things. That's why they are often so hard to troubleshoot.

    Is it better to keep manual settings even at stock values in BIOS?
    If having problems, while troubleshooting, IMO, it is better to have all clock/voltage settings at their defaults.

    So what to do? I can't buy it right now. XFX is the only PSU I have.
    Beg, borrow, or steal from a trusting friend or relative. Or some shops will test PSUs for a nominal charge. You can keep troubleshooting but I sure would not spend money on anything else until I verified power was good.

    So maybe it will be better to turn off Windows Updates definitely if my machine will not be upgraded in future?
    Not if it has access to a network that accesses the Internet.

    As far as a replacement PSU, that one is out of production so not sure about the price - especially where you are.
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    If having problems, while troubleshooting, IMO, it is better to have all clock/voltage settings at their defaults.
    I mean stock values but no [Auto].

    Beg, borrow, or steal from a trusting friend or relative. Or some shops will test PSUs for a nominal charge.
    I will try, but nobody likes to give away his stuff :)

    I could migrate OS to another hard disk and try to OC. If it fails thats definitely hardware problem BUT still no prove what is wrong.


    As far as a replacement PSU, that one is out of production so not sure about the price - especially where you are.
    It is no hurry, but searching for new PSU could be first step to set up new unit.


    1 USD = 3.5653 PLN 12/06/2017
    Kalkulator walutowy - Przelicznik walutowy według kursow walut NBP

    be quiet! SYSTEM POWER 8 - 209 PLN / 58/62 USD

    XFX Core Edition P1-450S-X2B9 450W - 219 PLN / 61.43 USD

    Thermaltake Smart SE 630W (SPS-630MPCBEU) - 255 PLN / 71.52

    be quiet! Straight Power 10-CM 600W - 449 PLN / 125.94 USD

    Corsair RM750X 750W (CP-9020092-EU) - 487 PLN / 136.59 USD

    For example: talking about 600W PSU for 85 USD is bestseller in my area (Central Europe)

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    I'm not sure if he ships to Poland, but I searched through ebay.pl.

    (EBAY) Superflower 550W 80+ platinum semimodular ATX (click) 74.27 --> $87.6 --> 312.81 zł

    (EBAY) Superflower 450W 80+ platinum ATX (click) 66.74 --> $78.72 --> 281.09 zł

    (amazon.de) Corsair CP-9020120-EU - CX450 450W 80+ Bronze ATX (click) 46,37 --> $54.70 --> 195.38 zł
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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    It seems that ebay is still cheaper than shopping here :)
    I found Superflower here - the largest search engine Zasilacze do obudow - Ceneo.pl
    Oh, is it worth buying at quality outlet store a Fractal Design 550W Edison M 80PLUS Gold for 95 USD? Is this top pick?

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    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    I have zero experience with Fractal Design power supplies. But Fractal Design cases are top notch and we've used them in several of our builds, including one for my personal computer that I am using right now. And their case fans are top notch too.

    That said, reviews for other model PSUs in this same Edison M line are quite positive. And I note the OEM maker is Seasonic - a good choice.
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