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  1. *** Update *** I was able to copy the needed files from boot media except for StateRepository which I had to disable via Regedit in safe mode Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\StateRepository Change Start to 4 (disable) I was then able to get a desktop and a task manager - but as of yet, no explorer, no start button, no bar. But I can click on the desktop icons or start apps in the task manager. Errors are AppXSvc crying about the State Repository not started and Faulting application name: explorer.exe, version: 10.0.19041.488,
  2. Sorry, I missed this i am running now=. It is asking for a ticket number should i just ignore?
  3. I am running the 64bit version FRST The reason I uninstalled MB was because of the nag. The machine will only boot to save mode with command prompt. The file that sfc keeps stumbling on Windows.StateRepository.dll clip below I all looked at first like the drive was failing but whenever i tried to boot normally the only app that seemed to start after login was the MB installer wanting to install an update. It didn't matter if i Clicked YES and waited a few hours or NO. There would be a blue spinning circle and if i clicked on the screen it would flash CTRL-ALT-DEL only allowed l
  4. downloaded latest version of MB and Installed ran till trial up and uninstalled on windows 10 machine ver 10.0.19041.508 Now i can only boot machine to safe mode with command prompt. tried system restore of image 2 days before - same tried system restore of image 2 weeks before - same in save mode the driver for md are still there and CANNOT be remove even after MB uninstall program report app is removed sfc and dism fail output after running the below commands in sequence attached dism /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup sfc /scannow sfc /sca
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