Windows 7 64 bit how to run WMIDiag!!!

I have corrected a few event errors I have been having but the last one has me stumped.
It is an Event 10 Problem error 0x80041003 which appears to be a filter issue.  The suggested
diagnostic is to run WMIDiag but I cannot get it to run on my OS.  The WMIDiag Manual says the
in order to run WMIDiag on a 64 bit OS it must be in native mode.  I have researched for 5 days
and cannot find a guide on how to get to native mode.  PLEASE HELP!!!  THIS IS THE SECOND TIME I AM POSTING THIS QUESTION, BEING NEW TO THE EXCHANGE I MIGHT NOT HAVE POINTED IT TO THE CORRECT AREAS11

AGAIN THANK YOU FOR YOUR POTENTIAL HELP!!!
james0327Asked:
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grayeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
There are two issues...
1) WMIDiag currently doesn't support Windows 7, so you have to edit the WMIDiag.vbs file.   Search the vbs file for the function called GetOSInfo.  Once there, find the Case statement that has "6.0", and just change it to "6.1".   This will identify your PC as having Vista.
2) WMIDiag doesn't like to run in the 32-bit emulation mode on 64-bit PCs.   So, just open and command prompt where the edited version of the WMIDiag.vbs file is, and type "cscript.exe wmidiag.vbs".  That will run the 64-bit version of SCRIPT.EXE
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r_panosCommented:
It seems like a cosmetic error according the following article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950375


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james0327Author Commented:
Thank you, I understand that but it does not solve the stated problem with getting WMIDiag to run, if I could get that to run it might lead me to what the real problem is and not just hide it from view as Microsoft suggests.
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