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turn on and off windows features in vista...

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#1 srcomsec


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Posted 23 January 2014 - 11:57 AM

any changes i make in the turn on and off win features, does not take effect and gives error .


and also it takes a lot of time to do this.


is there a way other than the control panel -- programs-- turn on and off method.





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#2 DonnaB


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Posted 25 January 2014 - 10:25 AM

Hi srcomsec,



is there a way other than the control panel -- programs-- turn on and off method.

I'm sure there is though it would only be a shortcut to the same destination which would result in failure as well.

Is this the same Vista computer as you posted a topic for found here?

If so, it sounds as if you have major registry corruption and the only possible cure is to either find someone with a Vista installation disc to perform a repair install or restore the computer back to factory condition.

Possibility that another member knows something that I don't, so please stay tuned....

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