Solved Is Possible Restore Original SysFiles sysprep

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July 10, 2011 at 00:39:57
Specs: Windows 7 premium, 4gb
I m Unable To Update Win7, Both By Direct As Well As From Site. (I Even Tried Microsoft Fixit Provided By Microsoft)
I M In Doubt Whether Using Custopacks Might Be Prventing The Updates To GoOn, Since It Replaces The System .dlll Files. Where As In My Pc Once While I Installing Theme I Cancelled Hence It Exchanged Systems Files Off Record, Hence The System Files Cant Be Restored.
Shall I Perform To Restore Original System Files By "sysprep.exe"
I M Also In Possession Of My Vaio Recovery Disks, Kind Suggest Any Other Better Procedure.
Please Kindly Advise Me What Will Be The Consequences On This, Like Any Software/File Deletions... etc..

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#1
July 10, 2011 at 03:14:40
try SFC /scannow in the command window.
if that fails use the recovery disk and run a repair, or system restore to a point when it all worked.
finally save all your files and do a factory restore by running original factory restore program. usually activated by tapping an F key at boot,
this will delete the c: drive and restore your system to the day you bought it.

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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#2
July 10, 2011 at 05:48:36
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Follow response #1, but I suspect you will be using the last choice before you are all set again. You will need to back up all of your personal files to an external drive since your hard drive will be wiped clean and you will need to reinstall all of your programs. I would not suggest messing with custom themes, especially if the do not come from MS. Use the original ones or just use images as backgrounds and keep it simple.

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#3
July 10, 2011 at 11:51:25
Do Sysrep Deletes Partion As Well.

OfCourse I Should Not Use Third Party Themes Which Mess With System Files, First I Tried WindowBLinds Which Slows Pc Hence i Preferred CustoPacks. Thing Is I Dont Want To Restricted Hence I Had Taken Risk,Hence The Result..
Thankyou For Reply


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#4
July 10, 2011 at 11:55:28
Once I Tried Renaming Shell32.dll But Unfortunately I Cant Rename Back Then I Restarted My Pc Ofcourse It Cant Restart Completely Due Missing Shell32.dll.
Then I Used My Recovery Disk To Startup Repair Then It Gave Back The Shell32 Original File Can i Proceed With Other Files,
Ofcourse Risk Is From My Side.

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