Windows 7 Safe Mode Errors

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Hello everyone,

My PC was currently running on windows XP, but I decided to change the windows so I installed windows 7.

Now I am facing a problem which I want to share with you all. The thing is that I am facing a problem when I start my PC in the safe mode.

When I choose the option to start my windows in the safe mode I see the following window:

LogonUI.exe – Bad Image

C:Windowssystem32RpcRtRemote.dll is either not designed to run
on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again
using the original installation media or contact your system
administrator or the software vendor for support.
                                                                                         OK
 

When I press OK, I log in to my account and then I receive the following message: 

 

This is the last window which appears on the screen.

After this it seems that every kind of loading has stopped and the windows and just stuck somewhere. It runs perfectly on the regular mode, no issues with that.

I have posted my query to a lot of forums, but I guess no body is facing such an issue.

If anyone can be of some help, do let me know please.

I'll be highly grateful.

Regards,

Larry

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Answered By 0 points N/A #156044

Windows 7 Safe Mode Errors

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Hello Priscilla,

It appears like the file may have been corrupt and as a result causing the error that you are getting right now.

To resolve the issue, you will need to try the following 2 things:

  • You will need to try repairing install. You will just insert the CD you used for installation and then choose the repair install option. Wait for the process to finish and see if it resolves the issue.
  • Another workaround is the following:

    • Click the start orb and the type CMD.
    • Right click and then choose "Run as Administrator".
    • Once CMD is open, you will need to type sfc /scannow.
    • That will do a complete system file integrity check that will find damaged/corrupt files and then replace them with backups of the original.

Regards,

Carl

 

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