Getting series of error messages when starting windows.

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A while ago, I started my computer. The computer prompt tells me to do some start-up recovery, and so I did. But when I rebooted my system, an error message comes up after window start, like: "C:Windows|Microsoft.NetFrameworkv4.0.30319mscoreei.dll it would not be filled."

And also I received another error while opening Google Chrome – it won’t load the pages.

I tried to do a system restore to the last recovery point (almost 2 weeks) Now, before I can start any applications on my computer I get a series of error messages, for some applications on my computer, like,

"The application failed to initialize properly. (0x0000096).

Click OK to terminate the application”. " iTunes Helper was not installed correctly. Please set up again iTunes."

What is the reason for this error, and where could it have started?

I’ve been trying to look for the solution for it but haven’t found one. 

I am really stumped.

Please help.

Thanks.

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Getting series of error messages when starting windows.

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Hi Pierce.

The startup/system recovery you did on your system might have corrupted or damaged some components of the applications that you have on your system.  This is also same when you run System Restore. Usually, the applications affected by startup recovery and System Restore are those applications that regularly receive updates. In this regard, you may need to unnistall/reinstall the affected applications one by one to make sure that their components will work properly again.

Another option that you can take is to perform Windows Repair Installation/Startup Repair. This will ensure that all Windows module will work properly again. For detailed information on how to run Startup Repair for Windows 7/Vista, please click Repair Windows 7 Using the Startup Repair Tool. In case you are running Windows XP, please click Repair Windows XP by Performing a Repair Install (Part 1 of 2) instead for steps on how to perform a Repair Installation.

I hope I was able to help.

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