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« on: March 14, 2010, 02:05:24 PM »

Vista Home 32 and WMI crash problem



1. Right-click Command Prompt, and Run as Administrator.
|
| 2. Type (or Copy and Paste) the following commands, pressing Enter after
| each one:
|
| net stop winmgmt
| cd %windir%\system32\wbem
| ren repository repository.old
| net start winmgmt
|
| This will rebuild the Repository, and by extension, rebuild the Vista
| Security Center.
| You may have to restart your computer to see a change.
|
| After the Repository folder has been rebuilt, please follow the below
steps
| to test WMI:
|
| 1. Click Start, click Run, type wmimgmt.msc, and then click OK.
|
| 2. Right-click WMI Control (Local), and then click Properties.
|
| If the WMI service is configured correctly, the WMI Control will connect
to
| WMI and display the Properties dialog box. On the General tab, you should
| see information about the operating system and the version of WMI. Please
| let me know if this works well.
|
| 3. Click Start -> Run, type "wbemtest" (without the quotation mark), and
| click OK.
|
| 4. Click Connect.
|
| 5. Type "root\cimv2" (without the quotation mark) in the "Namespace" text
| box, and click "Connect".
|
| 6. Click "Enumerate Classes
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