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when i start my computer I get an error says error 800700c1

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when i start my computer I get an error says error 800700c1 in IEnumWbemClassObject::Next
can snyone tell me what it means or how to fix it please
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by:skywalker39
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Hi explorer648,

Are you using Windows XP or Windows Vista? Are you getting a Blue Screen of Death with this error, or is this error from Windows Updates?
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flubbster earned 500 total points
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Download dial-a-fix:

http://wiki.djlizard.net/Dial-a-fix

Install and run.
 Click on the following:
Section 1 - everything
Section 3 - everything
Section 4 - everything
- In Section 5, 'ActiveX controls/codecs', 'Programming
cores/runtimes', 'Explorer/IE/OE/shell/WMP', and 'Object linking libraries
(OLE)' only.
- Click 'Go' . (Some of the re-registrations may take what seems like
a
long time for some .dll's - Don't be impatient.)

 Reboot. Now Reboot Again. (Yes, twice.)

Try the update again.

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by:explorer648
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it is windows xp pro
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by:skywalker39
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I would suggest what flubbster recommends, that was my first quess that it was dealing with Windows Updates, I was just curious which OS you were having this problem with.
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by:explorer648
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still same arror that advise did not help
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