I had a problem with my new computer. Everytime I did a fresh installation of Windows 7, after several days, there was some kind of problem involving the Windows Installer service: suddenly I couldn't install or uninstall any program, because the service kept freezing (except from those which don't use Windows Installer). Everytime I did a format, the problem was gone, but it was just a matter of time for it to reappear. At some point, I tried to disable the restore points of W7, and the problem was solved.
Now the problem is that I cannot enable the restore points, or even save any restore point. It just freezes in the process of creating it. I think this might be related to the problems I traced by launching some scannow (it can't seem to manage to repair anything, and the same errors show up everytime). I attached a scannow log (I had to cut a part in the middle because the file was too big for attachment, and rar or zip files can't be attached; the important part shoud be at the end).
Any help appreciated! Thanks.
update: I launched a "chkdsk c: /f /r" command using the Windows 7 Repair Tool (boot from Windows 7 DVD). After a restart the situation is still the same, and the scannow displays the same errors. It seems the problem is not related to file corruption; moreover, I have a brand new Samsung 830 SSD, so it'd have been unlikely.
Edited by Masterix, 04 January 2013 - 08:07 AM.