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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Win 10 Ver 1909
« on: November 14, 2019, 04:31:42 PM »
Get error on startup on new ver 1909 missing reg file

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 12, 2014, 08:53:30 PM »
It will be Monday morning before I can try the Elevated CMD,He wanted  FireFox installed so he could use his computer over the weekend,of course I agreed with him.
You are on top of this and am very confident one of your fixes will do it . If you don't mind I will tell the guys at Bleeping Computer this ideas too. Lawrence Abrahams is a fighter of this evil too like you. Please give or deny before I brag on you there. All of us need to stick together and fight these gangs of crime loving nuts.

Dale

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 12, 2014, 08:44:06 PM »
Awsome ,making my weekend look and feel better,yes I am OCD on computer issues. The excitement of have a programmer like you is exciting to me.
Please do the script,Please.

Thanks
Dale

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 12, 2014, 08:35:35 PM »
I have to remove the 310 one by one  or can a reg file be made to merge.
This thing is driving me nuts.
I tried a elevated cmd prompt to run a cmd similar to what you just posted.
Tell me exactly what you think my next step should be,Please.
Especially don't want to make thinks worse.
Could this be added to your awesome repair program.

Just for your info saw a Win 8.1 machine,HP Laptop that all apps disabled except desltop.
Even right corner pc setting to change disabled,your repair programs got right corner working again and doing a refresh of everything without changing files. Find out in the morning.

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 12, 2014, 08:17:22 PM »
I tried the readiness tool as a diagnoctic to no avail. It told me everything was installed already as I already knew.
Already installed,but not working. These guys that did this to Internet explorer are very smart and using their smarts for evil.
Crime pays today,Genius Programmers like you are getting to be fewer and fewer.
Downloaded the file Shane,will let you know.

Dale

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 12, 2014, 06:02:50 AM »
I mentioned do a Windows Repair and he said No,thought it might cause even more problems with the specialized programs he runs.
If you could do what you mentioned about the registry on new install,do it ,Please.
IE 8,IE9,IE10,IE11 all 64 bit says there are installed already. This is the ABSULTE Internet Explorer screw up I have ever seen. Thanks,there is a great programmer like you.

Thanks for the fast replies too.
Dale P. Baker

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 11, 2014, 07:56:33 PM »
Shane,
My mistake,the folder is gone too. One of the most infected computer I have seen in 25 years. Only thing not working is Internet Explorer and the screwed up Internet options in the control panel.
Only you can figure out a way to clean the registry safely.
Again Shane
Thanks in Advance.
Dale

Going to Donate to you on this one too !

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General & Misc. / Re: The option to Force Install
« on: September 10, 2014, 12:20:29 PM »
Try this
http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/windows_installer_cleanup_utility.html

I use this tool to remove programs that are listed in the windows installer. So when I have a stubborn program that wont install because it thinks it is already installed I just remove it from the msi and then I am able to install the program.

See if that program shows IE in the list, if so have it remove them :-)

Shane


Shane,
Does NOT shyow up in the installer cleanup utility 7.5

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Another Way To Fix A Stubbornly Broken IE (Internet Explorer)

This fix I did was the only thing that fixed a broken IE on a newly installed machine.

The problem started after a fresh install of Windows 7 64 bit. The Default IE was installed and working fine, all other updates where done, but during the install of all the updates and drivers, one of the drivers caused the system to crash. After that crash all updates would install fine except for IE 11.

Every time I tried to install IE 11 it would say there was another update waiting to finish, even though there wasn't and no other updates gave that error.

I ran my Windows Repair tool and still I couldn't install IE 11. Again, IE 8 worked fine.

So Here is the steps I took to get IE 11 to install properly.

Step 1. Go the programs and features (Under the add remove programs in the control panel) and then take the check mark off of IE to remove it. When done reboot.

Step 2. Since all other updates where installed Windows 7 gets the Windows Cleanup option under the Disk Cleanup. Run the disk cleanup and put a check on everything, including the windows updates. Once it is done cleaning you need to reboot for the windows update cleanup to finish.

Step 3. This step may be optional, I don't know. I ran my Tweaking.com Windows Repair and had it repair the Windows Updates. I did this because the repair clears out all the download history or temp files from the Windows Update.

Step 4. Once the system was booted back up I then installed IE 11 directly (Without putting the default IE back on) to do that you have to download the whole setup for IE. So download the offline installer for your version of windows. In this case it was for 64 bit.

I use Firefox and downloaded it, you may want to download it first before you remove the old IE if you dont have another browser installed.

32 & 64 Bit Offline Installers:
http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/internet_explorer_11_preview.html

Done!

The IE 11 install went through fine without any errors, and after I was done and rebooted after it installed I checked Windows update and it download any updates for IE 11, and all those installed fine.

Shane



Shane ,
Did NOT work,it stillsays IE9,10,and 11 installed already.
Does NOT show up in turn or off features or History Installed.
I also noticed Internet Options in Control Panel is partially there.
It is the registry where the problem lies,I believe.
No Icon at all of Internet Explorer of any version.

Dale

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General & Misc. / The option to Force Install
« on: September 05, 2014, 02:44:11 PM »
Shane,
thousands of people is having a major issue with spyware removing just enough of any VERSION of Internet Explorer in Windows 7,it says it is already installed or can not finish the install.
Going into the control ,Programs and Features,turn features on or off it doesn't show up at all.Also looking in View Installed Updates,nothing is there also.
We need you to remove the garbage causing these problems,so we can re-install or allow us a way to force a re-install of lets say Internet Explorer 11 64bit.
I personally have tried every possibility I could find on the internet,even the elevated command prompt maybe fixes,to find . Nothing works,we need a real Shane fix.
Thanks in Advance Shane.
 :thinking:

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Program & Site Requests / Automatic Pre Setup
« on: August 21, 2014, 08:34:22 PM »
To make your Tweak Repairs run better and Faster, automatically setup a "Clean Boot" situation for those that do NOT know how to .

Keep up the great work,you are a genius programmer

Dale

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General & Misc. / Bootable CD
« on: June 07, 2014, 05:43:39 PM »
I think a bootable windows repair disk with all it options would be awesome and very helpful in
fixing Windows. Let alone giving us the options to download and install various Malware fighting programs.
Plus give a a fix to undo the very annoying pending operation after a FAILED sfc/scannow

Dale

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Program & Site Requests / Program to reset registry folders
« on: May 08, 2014, 06:28:27 PM »
We need a simple program that will remove the attributes in the registry,so malware created folders and keys can easily be removed in Win 7 and above

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