Too many issues at once

One thing led to another. Win7 Pro
Bootstrapper at startup for floral network program failed. Network support says I need framework install/repair.
Error for framework at install says I need to change setttings in  Windows Features in control panel. The display box is empty.
Can't run sfc either out of safe mode or OS boot. Response is "There is a pending repair which requires  reboot to continue".......
Type in dism /image:C:\ /cleanup-image /revertpendingrepair.
Error 2: "Cannot find image path"..........
As well, I've lost Admin rights even though I log in as Admin.
Default/hidden Admin appears to have been deleted. I have little control.
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Fred MarshallPrincipalCommented:
Will it run in Safe Mode?
What logins appear there?

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Stephan975Author Commented:
Yes, I can start it now in safe mode.
All logins appear
safe mode
safe mode w/networking
safemode cmd.
Stephan975Author Commented:
ok, I got into safe mode cmd.
running sfc
I'll see what I get from there and will get back to you.
While I'm there I need to find default Admin as I'v lost rights to my created Admin.
Fred MarshallPrincipalCommented:
OK.  Well I guess by Admin you mean a user with Administrator rights.
It's a bit confusing because there's a User called Administrator as well.
If you have the computer set up to not require passwords on login then you may need to Log Off from the user in Safe mode in order to get the Administrator login as well as the others.
Stephan975Author Commented:
Was able to correct all issues from with in safe mode.
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