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Even Shane is suggesting a repair install in that thread.

That would take about 2˝hrs if it's successful.

I say that because my Toshiba keeps getting so far and then rolling back, so I've never been able to perform one.

You could still give 3.9.4 a try though.

Ah well - I'll pass this on that repair 08 isn't repairing and that you continue to get error 91.

I've come across an old thread where Shane is helping someone with this error 91 where he has attached the ADO files from his Win 7 x64.

Perhaps you could create a restore point and try those and then run Windows Repair.

You can upgrade to Win 10 again without affecting your files.

Open Windows Explorer - This PC - insert the Win 10 install media and double click on its drive.

If using a DVD this will start the process but if using an USB, this will open to its files where you would double click on setup.exe Application.

However, it may be worth creating a system image of what you have first.

I assume you don't have a restore point that would take you back to before this problem ?

I'm asking what are those that produce this error so that I can pass on more details.

What are you doing when you get the error 91 ?

I'll ask why it hasn't repaired MDAC but need more info to pass on.

Do you have anything in Event Viewer recorded for this or the error message you can post ?

Have you tried 3.9.4 ?

Are you using an OEM or purpose built machine ?

It may be possible to perform a repair install but you will need to have a valid product key such as the one on the COA sticker if it's still legible.

If using an OEM machine and you have the COA sticker key, you can change the product key to that by going Start - type Slui 3 and press enter then enter that key.

If you don't have a Win 7 install disk that includes SP1 then you can download the ISO and use Windows USB/DVD Burner Tool.

I think these ISOs include SP1 - hover over Win 7 ISO then Download and select your version and select Save. - this is for the burner tool.

So what problems is it causing ?

Update - While the repairs are still running, they sailed through 08 so I am unable to replicate the hang on this repair.

Did you perform a chkdsk /r and sfc /scannow before proceeding with the repairs in Safe Mode with Networking ?

I don't think the language makes a difference as you aren't the first to report 08 not executing.

There's no reason why you can't try an earlier version but that website only has 3.9.4 as its earliest version.

I could expect this problem to occur on Win 10 given its transformation and it may have been the way the program has been developed to accommodate the changes made for Win 10.

I'll create a system image of my Win 7 machine and run 4.0.12 to see if I get the same problem and report back.

Computer Help / Re: Can´t update to W 10, 1709
« on: January 15, 2018, 12:46:52 AM »
Glad to see you have everything sorted.

If you go to your first post and click on Modify, you can add [SOLVED] to the thread title.

Can you run another sfc /scannow and see if it still reports it is unable to repair all files.

If it does, then copy & paste this cmd to the cmd prompt and press enter.

findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log > %userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt

This will put an icon onto the desktop which when double clicked will open the CBS log in Notepad which you can then copy & paste into the reply box, but before you copy & paste the CBS log, download and run SFCFix.exe - you can post its report as well.

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