I have a Windows 7 Pro PC (Brand new: i7 3,4 GHz, 8GB RAM) that is generating almost non-stop error 7000 (see picture). I have been able to get the errors from only happening on reboots but still there are over 100 errors on each reboot. I have removed the PC from the domain, deleted the PC from Active Directory, and rejoined it to the domain (Windows Server 2003): that reduced the number of errors. I have done a search on the error and tried several of the suggestions but none seems to work. Some of the suggestions indicated to change permissions on registry entries but when I tried that it said "unable to" or "access denied" (I was logged on an Administrator when trying to do this). Lorraine-s-PC-Error-7000.jpg
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