- Open Notepad by click start
- Click Run
- Type notepad into the box and click enter
- Notepad will open
- Copy and Paste everything from the Code box into Notepad:
- Code: Select all
@echo off sc Start srservice sc config srservice start= Automatic sc query srservice >"%userprofile%\desktop\svc_look_2.txt" 2>&1 Notepad.exe "%userprofile%\desktop\svc_look_2.txt" Del %0
- Make sure there are NO blank lines before @echo off
- Make sure there IS one blank line at the end of the file.
- Go to File > Save As
- Save File name as look.bat
- Change Save as Type to All Files and save the file to your desktop.
- Close Notepad
- Double-click look.bat on your Desktop
- Notepad will open. Post the contents in your next reply. It can also be found on your desktop, named svc_look_2.txt
Also, let's check the image path for SR.sys, As you're using a non default/standard installation (Windows.1)
Go to Start > Run and copy/paste the following command into the Run box and click OK:
cmd /c regedit.exe /e "%userprofile%\Desktop\SR_look_3.txt" "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sr"
A black command prompt windows will open and close. It will create a file called SR_look_3.txt on your desktop - post the contents of that file.
Also go to Start>Run and copy/paste sysdm.cpl into the run box and click OK. Then click the System Restore tab and tell me if Drive C: has the Status Monitoring.