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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #25 on: January 28, 2013, 04:35:35 AM »
It's good that you don't update WR (v1.9.6) right away because it gives me more time to find more bugs. And I did find another bug today. When the user has run "Beta Repairs" (Repair System Restore) and the user closes that window then this ugly "path" problem pops up again. And then WR  shows that same changed, unwanted behaviour (as described above) again. This "path" problem actually occurs when the user closes a window.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #26 on: January 28, 2013, 11:35:06 PM »
The "path" bug also affects the WR log file. When I run WR with all boxes ticked then a number of repair jobs simply don't get registered in the log file. E.g. "Repair WMI", "Repair Internet Explorer".

However, according to the info in the "Repair log" pane "Repair WMI" and "Repair Internet Explorer" were executed. But according to the log pane, it took WR only 3 seconds to perform the WMI job. Without this "Path" bug, in normal circumstances, it takes the "Repair WMI" job much more time (2 to 2.5 minutes) to be completed.

In the attachment you'll find both the info from the log file and the log pane. Note that all jobs take remarkably/very little time to complete. A sign WR fails to do its job as it should.

More suggestions/thoughts:
- Get rid of the job counter. WR highlights the job that's being performed and that - IMO - suffices.
- Is it possible to put all WMI repair commands in one batch file ?
- Under "Unhide non system files":
   -- Display under the log pane the name of the last unhidden file until WR finds a new file that was "unhidden".
   -- register the names of the unhidden files in the log file as well.
   -- Like under "Reset File permissions", display the names of the main directories in the log pane.
   -- Does this job also "unhide" folders ?

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #27 on: January 29, 2013, 12:16:55 PM »
Ah found it. Wasn't a path bug. Was something else.

In the form unload event I have this

bExit = True
bStopWork = True

When those are true all jobs are skipped as the program thinks it is going to shutdown. So when you closed a window and went back in it thought it was finished and needed to close.

Easy fix is to put
bExit = false
bStopWork = false

In the form startup :-)

I will also be going through your notes on here before I do an update. :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #28 on: January 29, 2013, 01:28:21 PM »
The reason the job counter can be omitted is that the user can tick additional boxes as long as WR runs. Then the job counter is "out of sync" with the amount of boxes ticked.
In a previous version WR blocked all unticked boxes and then the job counter remained in sync with the amount of boxes.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #29 on: January 29, 2013, 01:32:09 PM »
I am keeping the counter but changed it to update it when it is unchecked. Working on a bunch of changes now and will give you the new exe to test before release :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #30 on: January 29, 2013, 01:33:10 PM »
Oh and I wont have it log every file it unhides. If a person had the whole drive hidden from a virus the log file would be huge!!

But I am adding count of how many it unhides :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #31 on: January 29, 2013, 03:13:05 PM »
Cool !!!!!!

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #32 on: January 29, 2013, 04:58:10 PM »
OK here is v1.9.7

I did some testing and it worked but couldn't do thoroughly yet as I have to head to the in laws for dinner. So tear into it :-)

Big changes in this one :-)

Change log:

v1.9.7
Fixed bug where if you opened the repair window, then closed it and then went back to it the repairs wouldn't work. This is because the program though it was in close down mode from closing the repair window. This has now been fixed.

Program now shows how many repairs are selected above the repair list. Example: "Repair Options (Selected: 10 of 35)"

The repair wmi was done in 3 steps to simply give a progress of what it is doing. Instead I have combined the 3 steps into 1.

Unhide none system files now gives a count of how many files it unhides. Also made a new status window to show when the unhide repair is running.

The Beta Repairs button will now be disabled when your running repairs.

The program now lists all fixed drives in the system for the Reset File Permissions and Unhide Non System Files repairs. Before it would only do the drive that Windows is on, now you can have it do other fixed drives as well. By defaul only the Windows drive is selected.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #33 on: January 29, 2013, 06:51:23 PM »
Making a few more changes, I will post the new version on here for you to test shortly.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #34 on: January 29, 2013, 08:02:20 PM »
OK here is the new version to test. Let me know if you like the changes I have done :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #35 on: January 30, 2013, 03:14:56 AM »
What a relief !! No more change in behaviour after re-entering the main repair screen. Small bug, large consequences.

- Bug: WR forgets to unblock "Beta Repairs" when it has finished the repair jobs.
- Send you an email with my comments. A number of issues popped up.
- Love the new "Unhide info".  Not quite what I had in mind.
Suggestion: get rid of the top log pane ("Status: searching ......."), it no longer necessary because the log pane provides enough "moving" info. Get rid of the ")" character in the second pane (from the top) and replace "(Last ...." with "- Last ......". Much friendlier for the eyes.

When I look at the files that are unhidden:
- A number of files and one folder simply won't let themselves to be unhidden. Time and time again the same amount of unhidden files are reported. These files are predominantly in the "C:\Windows\winsxs\" folder. Permission problem ? Attribute problem ? I did switch my AV and the internet off.
- Is a "smart script" used ? Because the second time I run this repair job, it won't process a number of folders that were processed previously.
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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #36 on: January 30, 2013, 10:54:42 AM »
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- A number of files and one folder simply won't let themselves to be unhidden. Time and time again the same amount of unhidden files are reported. These files are predominantly in the "C:\Windows\winsxs\" folder. Permission problem ?

If your on vista or 7 then yes. The trusted installer owns those files and since my program is running under the current user account it doesn't have permission to unhide the files there.

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- Is a "smart script" used ? Because the second time I run this repair job, it won't process a number of folders that were processed previously.

No, does it happen when you run it and then run it again? What happens when you run it, close the program and then run it again?

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #37 on: January 30, 2013, 01:05:45 PM »
I fail to replicate the "unhide" problem. I would suggest that you, for now, only adress the known bugs in v1.9.7 and other things that need to be patched up. Then v1.9.7 can be released.

I always can send you an email or post on this forum. Don't have too much time today anymore. We'll see what tomorrow brings.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #38 on: February 03, 2013, 03:18:13 PM »
First impression of v1.9.7:
- After running the "Reset File Permissions" the amount of files that were "unhidden" dropped from about 420 (in v1.9.6) down to 8.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #39 on: February 04, 2013, 10:08:12 AM »
If they where unhidden before then they wouldn't get unhidden again unless you hid some files since then :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #40 on: February 05, 2013, 05:14:43 AM »
It's possible that as a result of the improved WR "permission" program code, WR was able to unhide more files in the "C\Windows\winsxs" folder.
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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #41 on: February 05, 2013, 11:09:27 AM »
Permissions code doesnt change if a file is hidden or not, it only adds permissions, nothing more :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #42 on: February 08, 2013, 12:19:31 PM »
Is it possible to have the "Beta Repairs" window open on top of the main repair, even when the user has selected "Always on top" ?

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #43 on: February 09, 2013, 01:57:29 PM »
Yeah should be able to :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #44 on: February 11, 2013, 05:59:41 AM »
A. Perhaps you could add a "reset printer spooler" repair/flush repair job ? Are there other buffers/caches (e.g. DNS, .....) that can be flushed/reset in order to ensure a more stable and predictable Windows and that would fit in the scope of the WR program ? Or are those already covered/flushed in other repair jobs ?

B. Add a "Reset registry settings to default values" repair job ? With this job WR could reset a whole bunch of registry keys to their safe/default settings. Especially those that are changed by a virus.

C. Some Windows users have their own favourite settings for the Services in Windows. Perhaps you could introduce program code that would enable users to set the state of one or more Service back to their favourite setting. This could be done in 2 steps:
1). Run the usual "Set Services to default" repair job(s).
2). Make WR look for a text file with a special name (e.g. "User services.txt") and execute the commands in that file. The user could then specify in that file which services are to be set to which state ("Auto", "Demand" or "Disabled") using the "SC" command. If the program doesn't find that particular file then WR simply should move on to the next repair job.

D. I ran WR with ALL boxes ticked and it took WR some 30 minutes to perform all the repair jobs. Especially the "reset file permissions" (think "C:\Windows\winsxs\" folder !!!!) repair job took LOTS of time to complete. Perhaps there's a need to add an explanation to one or more repair jobs ? In the repair info pane ? (e.g. "This job can takes a long time !!!").
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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #45 on: February 11, 2013, 02:42:24 PM »
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A. Perhaps you could add a "reset printer spooler" repair/flush repair job ? Are there other buffers/caches (e.g. DNS, .....) that can be flushed/reset in order to ensure a more stable and predictable Windows and that would fit in the scope of the WR program ? Or are those already covered/flushed in other repair jobs ?

Can you give me a link showing the steps to reset the printer spooler? I think that would be a good repair to add.

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B. Add a "Reset registry settings to default values" repair job ? With this job WR could reset a whole bunch of registry keys to their safe/default settings. Especially those that are changed by a virus.

Right now it adds permissions to the keys, doesnt remove any. There are over 1 million keys in a default install of Windows. Tracking down what each should be would be a big job, I could automate it, but then I would have a VERY large file with the program listing the permissions. Not sure if I want to do that yet.

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C. Some Windows users have their own favourite settings for the Services in Windows. Perhaps you could introduce program code that would enable users to set the state of one or more Service back to their favourite setting. This could be done in 2 steps:
1). Run the usual "Set Services to default" repair job(s).
2). Make WR look for a text file with a special name (e.g. "User services.txt") and execute the commands in that file. The user could then specify in that file which services are to be set to which state ("Auto", "Demand" or "Disabled") using the "SC" command. If the program doesn't find that particular file then WR simply should move on to the next repair job.

What if instead I move the services repair that it does to a text file like I do the register system files, then the user can just edit that text file?

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D. I ran WR with ALL boxes ticked and it took WR some 30 minutes to perform all the repair jobs. Especially the "reset file permissions" (think "C:\Windows\winsxs\" folder !!!!) repair job took LOTS of time to complete. Perhaps there's a need to add an explanation to one or more repair jobs ? In the repair info pane ? (e.g. "This job can takes a long time !!!").

Yeah depending on the system and the number of files those repairs can take a while. Fell free to edit the info txt file on them and send them to me on how you think they should be worded :-)

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #46 on: February 11, 2013, 03:27:06 PM »
Printer spooler reset:

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net stop spooler
del /F /Q %systemroot%\System32\spool\PRINTERS\*
net start spooler


For Vista, Win 7 & 8. It could be this simple for XP as well. Does XP have a "spooler" service as well ?
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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #47 on: February 11, 2013, 03:31:48 PM »
I will get it added :-)

I will see about having the registry info for the spooler service as well.

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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #48 on: February 11, 2013, 03:41:33 PM »
These commands seem to work in XP as well.
http://www.axelscript.com/2008/02/09/how-to-clear-the-print-spooler-in-windows-xp/

I got the idea for this because my laser printer started printing (without my consent !!) as soon as it was "hooked up".

You're right. Ditch the idea of setting registry keys to their default values. Too much work and too complicated.

Still need to check a number of things in WR (error logs, you know). Don't have time right now. To be continued.
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Re: Window Repair 1.9.2
« Reply #49 on: February 11, 2013, 03:42:22 PM »
I am loading up each version of windows in vmware and grabbing the reg key for the spooler service as well to add to the repair.

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