Windows 10: How to manually remove leftover files with Admin command prompt...

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  1.    23 Jun 2017 #11

    A little progress report... There going away bit by bit... Had 19 Critical Errors, Down to 14...LOL... Got a long way to go...
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 17650
       23 Jun 2017 #12

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  3.    23 Jun 2017 #13

    I'm down to 12 critical errors, but I'm calling it quits for now...
    Computer is working great... So I'll mess with it at a later date... This shit is hard work for no pay...LOL...
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  4.    24 Jun 2017 #14

    Progress report... I'm down to 5 critical errors... But the remaining 5 are not going to easy... There damn stubborn...LOL
    Little side note...This little free tool for finding left over registry keys for uninstalled programs is great.It is 780 times better than CCleaner...Why?
    Because it found 780 bad keys that CCleaner did not see...If you get it to try, Just let it do it's thing after you hit scan...
    It's a bit slow if there are too many bad registry key to compile the report...
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/lit...e=typ_redirect
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  5.    24 Jun 2017 #15

    Raner,
    If your still getting the event id 7023, then disable the two Connected Devices Platform Services and reboot PC.

    Open Command Prompt as Admin
    sc config CDPSvc start=disabled
    sc config CDPUserSvc start=disabled
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  6.    24 Jun 2017 #16

    Thanks Eagle 51... I did it but, its still there...
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  7.    24 Jun 2017 #17

    Obviously a different 7023, than the Connected Devices Platform one
    You might want to check your system, if you haven't done so recently.

    Open Command Prompt as Admin ... run each command and wait for it complete.
    sfc /scannow
    dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
    chkdsk /f /r

    Note: These can take awhile to run, so be patient
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  •    25 Jun 2017 #18

    Had done, the first one, did the second one, and I have ssd's so the third one is out...
    I found how to fix it online...Thanks Eagle for the suggestions...
    I'm down to this...

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  •    25 Jun 2017 #19

    I'm down to 2...
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    You can install or repair the component on the local computer. (But How)...
    This is getting my attention...
    This PC was upgraded from windows 7 to windows 10 with the free upgrade...
    When I did the change I did, Keep all files and install windows 10...
    Could this error be from the old windows 7... I don't think so but just me thinking out loud...
    The description for Event ID 875 from source Application Popup cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.The following information was included with the event: aswSP.sys
    the message resource is present but the message is not found in the string/message table
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    This one kicking my BUTT...
    My computer is running fine, Just trying to get rid of all the errors...
    This one seem's pretty tough to figure out...
    Found this on this error...
    Looks dim to me...
    http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=610246
    I posted all I thought was pertinent to trying to fix this error...
    What's you all's thinking on this error?... Thanks...

    Side Note...
    If I rename the WinSrv dill and run, sfc /scannow or dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth.
    Will a fresh WinSrv dill be installed?
    Last edited by Raner; 25 Jun 2017 at 09:45.
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  •    25 Jun 2017 #20

    I wouldn't mess with the WinSrv.dll. Do you have or did you have any 3rd party Antivirus installed (Avast maybe)? The aswSP.sys appears to be associated with Avast.
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