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I'll pass this back to Shane.

Edit - email sent.
Hello folks,

I have performed a CleanInstall for Windows 10 Pro (2004) on my “normal” (host) system, an ImplaceUpgrade of Windows 10 Home from 1909 to 2004 on a VirtualBox and just recently a CleanInstall of Windows 10 Home 2004 in another VirtualBox.

In all three cases the error message described in the incoming post appears after a “Restore” via the Windows interface of Registry Backup or after a restart:

Error during the registration of the service "user profile service".
The user profile cannot be loaded.

Same problem here. Win10 20H1 2004.  :tongue:

Which problem are you referring to - the registry backup program or 2004 causing freezing ?

I reinstalled the update through Windows Update when it was re-offered and now the machine works fine.
Okay - I've sent an email to Shane with a link to your thread.

I don't have Win 10 2004 so I can't check it out.

I did update to 2004 through Windows Update but it was causing my laptop to freeze so I reverted back to 1909 with a system image I'd created prior to updating.

So far it hasn't reappeared in Check for updates.

Update directly to 2004 has some issues. My advice: clean install.
Same problem here. Win10 20H1 2004.  :tongue:
Computer Help / How to translate the HUGE html file?
« Last post by Angelika on June 26, 2020, 01:58:43 AM »
How to translate the html file.
Each page informs you that you cannot translate even less than 1 MB of file. File too large. (Too many characters).
Separating 10,000 MB piece by piece (html) will not make sense. Because I need tens of thousands of small pieces. Translation piece by piece will take me a whole year.
There is a tool that will process a large file to translate gradually and automatically piece by piece.
I really want to translate 50,000,000+ character Cyrillic to other language
I know it's a lot, but can a program not process even the whole day?

I don't have any programming knowledge of "Google API" so this idea falls ...

$20 dollar per million character

probably $1000 dollar 50 mln character ???
Program & Site Requests / Re: CLEANMEM program update
« Last post by Willy2 on June 24, 2020, 04:09:58 AM »
- I have another question regarding CLEANMEM. How does the user know that a new version is available ? Is there a balloon appearing on the CM system tray icon ? I Always let the program run upon start-up using Task Scheduler and then I don't see the main GUI of the program.

- Same question for Registry Backup. Because this program runs under the system account and with Task Scheduler as well. Therefore there is no user action required to start the program.
Computer Help / Re: [SOLVED] Paged Pool used 9 GB RAM all time!
« Last post by Angelika on June 24, 2020, 12:54:20 AM »
"Nonpaged Pool" is not the same as "Page Pool" and not the same as "Page File". You make a mistake.

Nonpaged Pool (multi-user problem)

Page Pool - A little-known, extremely rare problem (Caused by software driver .SYS)
Use 10000 MB+ RAM
This is for the kernel, not the process you see in the task manager. The nonpaged pool consists of virtual memory addresses that are guaranteed to reside in physical memory as long as the corresponding kernel objects are allocated. The paged pool consists of virtual memory that can be paged in and out of the system.
Computer Help / Re: [SOLVED] Paged Pool used 9 GB RAM all time!
« Last post by Willy2 on June 23, 2020, 11:40:58 PM »
- Nope. "Non Paged pool" = memory for system device drivers.
- Watch this video:
Computer Help / Re: Need help with error 1000 message while running Tweaking
« Last post by Boggin on June 23, 2020, 02:55:51 PM »
The MSVBVM60.DLL relates to the Visual Basic Virtual Machine and the error message perhaps to a problem with the auto registry backup the program creates prior to running the repairs.

Can you open the repair program, click on Backup Tools and then on Registry Backup and then on Restore.

Click on the Registry Restore tab and use the dropdown to see if it has created a dated back up.

If it has and you have more than one back up, check to see if the sizes match.

Mine is showing as about 149MB for Win 10 2004 but is around 137MB for earlier versions of Win 10.

If yours looks to be about right, click on it and then on Restore Now to see if you still get that error code 1000.

If you get pop up error messages relating to MSVBVM60, running a sfc /scannow from an admin Command Prompt should resolve.

However, if you are using Win 8.1 or Win 10 then enter this cmd first and then run the sfc /scannow

dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth

Let me know how you get on.

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