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WMI interface not registered in Windows 2003

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The C drive was full to maybe that caused the wbem folder to get corrupt? I am unable to runa  script due to WMI corruption. Normally a netstop of the WMI service, then deleting or renaming the repository folder, then rebooting  fixes WMI issues. If that does not work, what else is left to try? Only other solution I saw was to rebuild which is not an option at this point.
 
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Possibly uninstalling the wmi components in control panel and then reinstalling. I know it is a long shot but it may overwrite some corrupted values on a reinstall??
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