Windows 10: I cant fix my computer and i am reslly disappointed.

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  1.    22 Jul 2017 #1

    I cant fix my computer and i am reslly disappointed.


    ey.I am really disappointed with windows 10.I face so many problems.I cant put up with them.I ran a windows update troubleshoot.It said checking for pending updates fixed ,windows update components must be repaired fixed, service registration is missing or corrupt fixed and potential windows update database corruption fixed.Well if its all fixed then why are you writing this post you may ask.WELL I RAN THE WINDOWS UPDATE TROUBLESHOOTER AGAIN AND IT SAYS THE SAME THING.I restarted the pc and there it goes again.It always finds the same issues over and over again.I ran the windows store troubleshooter.It said windows store cache may be damaged.It did reset the cache but it failed to fix the problem.Afterwards i ran a sfc.It sometimes says no integrity violations found but usually it says corrupted files were but it was unable to fix some of them, restart for the changes to apply.I also ran dism restorehealth.It stops at 97.5 with the error 0x800f081f.After the dism run i went to the event viewer.I found a lot of distributed coms like The server {4991D34B-80A1-4291-83B6-3328366B9097} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout. The server {A47979D2-C419-11D9-A5B4-001185AD2B89} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout.etc.I also found a bits error The BITS service failed to start. Error 0x80080005.Please help.I am desperate. There are even more errors like DCOM got error "1115" attempting to start the service TrustedInstaller with arguments "Unavailable" in order to run the server:{752073A1-23F2-4396-85F0-8FDB879ED0ED}.Recently my pc did a bugcheck too*[https://www]pls help.the microsoft community left me
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  2.    22 Jul 2017 #2

    A clean install will get you started with a 100% healthy base and if you don't over tweak it will last you through several major upgrades. I've got clean installs of the original 10240 build that have upgraded with no problems all the way up to the latest Creator's Update build.
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  3.    22 Jul 2017 #3

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    A clean install will get you started with a 100% healthy base and if you don't over tweak it will last you through several major upgrades. I've got clean installs of the original 10240 build that have upgraded with no problems all the way up to the latest Creator's Update build.
    So you mean that i should just unistall everything and then download windows 10 again?I cant fix my computer and i am reslly disappointed. i was thinking about going bsck to windows 7.windows 10 isnt stable enough.can i back up my windows 10 key in case i want to go back?
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  4.    22 Jul 2017 #4

    aris003 said: View Post
    So you mean that i should just unistall everything and then download windows 10 again?I cant fix my computer and i am reslly disappointed. i was thinking about going bsck to windows 7.windows 10 isnt stable enough.can i back up my windows 10 key in case i want to go back?
    Create a Windows 10 USB flash drive or DVD with the Media Creation Tool. Boot the computer from it, erase the hard drive, start over from nothing. That's what I mean by clean install. Windows 10 is on over 400 Million devices now. It's as stable as any other Windows OS has been.

    You do not need a product key to re-install the same version (Home or Pro) of Windows 10 onto a computer that has had it activated before. You just skip entering the product key when asked. Once the computer connects to the internet, Windows 10 will retrieve the digital license for that computer from Microsoft Activation Servers and activate automatically.

    "Download Tool Now": Download Windows 10
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    Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
       22 Jul 2017 #5

    If you like W7 then by all means go back to it, W7 is the best operating system ever created

    Clean Install Windows 7 - Windows 7 Help Forums
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  6.    23 Jul 2017 #6

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    Create a Windows 10 USB flash drive or DVD with the Media Creation Tool. Boot the computer from it, erase the hard drive, start over from nothing. That's what I mean by clean install. Windows 10 is on over 400 Million devices now. It's as stable as any other Windows OS has been.

    You do not need a product key to re-install the same version (Home or Pro) of Windows 10 onto a computer that has had it activated before. You just skip entering the product key when asked. Once the computer connects to the internet, Windows 10 will retrieve the digital license for that computer from Microsoft Activation Servers and activate automatically.

    "Download Tool Now": Download Windows 10
    So even if i change my os to windows 7 and then wanna go back to windows 10 it will work and i wont need a new keyI cant fix my computer and i am reslly disappointed. ?how does it do that.from ip or combination of hardware.what i need to know is.will i lose my product key if i go to windows 7?i had my pc upgraded from 7 to 10 for free.does that matter
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       23 Jul 2017 #7

    When activating, Windows 10 creates a unique ID from the hardware to recognize the computer. This is why you can sometimes run into activation problems if you swap the motherboard.
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    10 Home x64 (1709) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       23 Jul 2017 #8

    badcrc said: View Post
    When activating, Windows 10 creates a unique ID from the hardware to recognize the computer. This is why you can sometimes run into activation problems if you swap the motherboard.
    ...but you can change the disks as much as you want (replace HDD with SSD, for example) the disk does not contribute to the unique hardware ID for your machine.
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  •    23 Jul 2017 #9

    Bree said: View Post
    ...but you can change the disks as much as you want (replace HDD with SSD, for example) the disk does not contribute to the unique hardware ID for your machine.
    Wait so if i download windows 7 and then wanna go back to 10 i wont need a new key to have a full windows 10 experience.Pls answer
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    10 Home x64 (1709) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       23 Jul 2017 #10

    Because you upgraded from 7 to 10 your machine has a digital licence to run Windows 10 linked to its unique hardware ID. This licence is stored on Microsoft's activation servers. You can install Windows 10 (it must be the same edition as you had before, Home or Pro) and skip entering a key. It will activate automatically as soon as it can contact the activation servers.
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