corrupt files, missing pics, deleted programs and networking errors all start at the first boot of new PC's
Posted on 2008-06-25
I have had more new computers in the last year,than the average person woudl ever have in a lifetime. I will get a new HP desktop and set it up and instantly I have at least 1000 errors in my event viewer. This is before I even hook up to the internet. The errors that it starts up with are usually all update errors and them failing to complete the process of changing update# from package into staging state. Along with this comes almost 2900 warnings. Then the PC's go down from there. I get alot of failed to conect to server, application hangs ,stopped responding and was closed. The machines run like they are 100 years old. I get registry hive recovered it was corrupted some data may have been lost. I have alot of networking errors about browsers fighting over who is the master browser,IP address not renewed, timeouts from services not responding within the required time, I get alot of domain name errors and i am not a server or run a business with employees. I have 4 computers and they are not all on at the same time I have security right at start up , I put my updates in as soon as possible, And no matter what I do or who I ask to help no one has a clue. The registry has hundreds of invalid paths or contains no data or due to errors the file will no data. Settings change all over the computer and things that would start at startup just stop and then later on (months ) they will start to appear like the sounds when you start Windows. The event viewer is just about full with errors thousands and thousands by day 2. Then something stops working like the DVD player or the speakers and when Ive done a couple of recoveries with tech support they have me send it in for repair . When I get it back they say that all the drivers , the OS were corrupt and usually some piece of hardware is replaced. Even if I don't have any problems that I know of yet .It is returned reformatted with usually a new motherboard ,hard drive ,CD/DVD or the CPU replaced. When I start fresh with a just like a brand new computer the smae thing starts all over again. Then after aweek or two when the new system is corrupted and I usually cant do much on the computer I call again and then they replace it. This has happened 15 times in the last year with HP. The first 9 I had purchased at a retail store and they just kept giving me a new computer and asked no questions. I am so tired of new computers I just want one that will run and not get corrupted in the first week. I did notice that something was not right and I suspected it was power related and it was I had a loose neutral and getting surges over and over all day and night and a lightbulb never blinked. It did ruin everything in the house but I was so happy to finally find the answer. Since finding out I have had everything replaced ,the subpanel ,the wiring , the outlets I had dedicated lines put in for the PC's I bought battery backups for each computer and I have repalced all the computers and started out fresh. So last New Years eve I started up my new everything and ti just happened again. HP sent a software specialist over to put a new motherboard in and he even came over to my house when I got a brand new PC and watched to see if it was something that I was doing , but he said I did it right. So now here I am with 3 pretty new computers and they are all a mess. I have even worked with Microsoft to see if there were any kinds of infections and after a couple of months they gave up and said they didn't have any idea either. The ocmputer is always getting errors about my domain name and conductor sid doesn't match the other sid?I just got htis one today "File system filter manager warning" file system filter "bdfsfltr"failed to attach to volume\device\CD Rom0 The filter returned a non standard final status of 0x0000013. This filter and /orits supporting applications should handle this condition. If the condition persists contact the vendor.and I always am getting :windows detected your registry is still in use by other applications or services the file will be unloaded now the applications or services that hold your registry file may not funtion properly afterwards. registry files leaked.
I could go on and on but it has something to do with the registry and doing a complete recovery or reinstall does not set my computer back to factory ther eare always some files still lett in there even when I get it back from repair.The computer starts out with critical errors .Please help