Performed Repair Install but still have some various issues

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    Thank you, Steve! I just deleted all drivers and reinstalled them. There were 20 drivers - only 19 installed. Dell tech is looking into the one that didn't install. I've attached the error message.

    I'm going to start on the Startup apps now because the new drivers didn't help my issue.

    FYI: I always make an Image backup with Macrium Reflect every time I do something. I have the PAID version so I can go in and recover any file or folder if I want. Usually, however, I just reinstall the entire image. Also, all my data is on a separate drive and I image that frequently also.

    I've already tried a Repair Install (more than once). I wonder if I try the Repair Install again if it would make a difference (sort of like incrementally repairing the OS).

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    No, I do not think there is any merit in repeating the Repair install. Isolating the cause of the problem [by disabling Task manager startup items & then by using the more methodical Clean install approach] is much more relevant.

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