Vista SP1 "0xc0190036" Error
I booted from a WinPE CD and ran a chkdsk /f on my C: drive... Insert the Windows Vista installation DVD and restart the computer from the DVD.Note During the startup process, when you are prompted to Press any Key to restart from the CD or September 9, 2010 at 9:08 AM Anonymous said... You said you tried a System Restore. Check This Out
My computer seems unaffected right now but I am scared to turn it off now for fear of further problems. I could understand if this was not a huge problem, but this is a severe error on their part. New 01 Apr 2008 #6 VISTA_BOY Guest Message: !! 0xc0190036 !! Yesterday my wife tried to boot the compuer and got the above error on a black screen. ...
OS vista Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: SP1 Fails: Message: !! 0xc0190036 !! « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum SP2 Install Error And when people started having their systems trashed from the problem, Microsoft didn't follow up with a fix-it program to help those people.Of course any update can trash a system, whether He then reinstalled Vista from my recovery disc.The bill came to a staggering £250-00 When I almost fainted he reduced it to a four hour charge of £192-00When I went through Windows Updates Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Microsoft technicians helped me get Vista reinstalled, for free. All that had been missing was some family photos and a book I`d been working on. I mention them here because if you can get any of them to work it's better than reinstalling Vista.I powered off the computer by pressing and holding the Dell desktop's power
Same black screen and fault code. https://www.vistax64.com/vista-installation-setup/142270-sp1-fails-message-0xc0190036.html However, this error list says error C0190036 means "STATUS_FILE_IDENTITY_NOT_PERSISTENT The file cannot be opened transactionally, because its identity depends on the outcome of an unresolved transaction.") I powered off and powered April 8, 2009 at 12:48 PM Janice said... Any update can fail, and when it is large and complex it is probably more likely to fail.
It has been my experience that each new version of Windows adds new problems and does not solve many of the prior version's problems. his comment is here I have tried using system restore from within system recovery options. this time I simply > > deleted the corrupt Firewall.cpl away. Note If you still see the black screen with a similar error and a different file name, record the file name.
My laptop had Vista OEM installed and I can't find any CDs in the box from which to restore (I would've kept them). Resolution - disable any and all background HDD defragmentation programs before attempting SP1 install! It was after this that I did the updates.When I saw the wierd message I came on the internet and googled it. this contact form Advertisement Recent Posts Computer will not show any...
It will "Upgrade" (really just reinstall) Vista without overwiting your personal files, programs, and/or settings. Thanks jamezp1, Oct 13, 2009 #8 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Does this affect documents and other files such as pictures?
The key to this whole process is the realization that you can reinstall an existing Vista installation from an Anytime Upgrade DVD. I found this is a common error for Windows Vista, and there are plenty of resolutions and guides. The restart failed at the same point, but with a different error code. New 27 Mar 2008 #2 Jay Park Guest Re: SP1 Fails: Message: !! 0xc0190036 !!
Keep in touch with Experts ExchangeTech news and trends delivered to your inbox every month Live Consultants Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an I hope it has made my computer more stable in ways that I just haven't seen. theme. navigate here My Dell XPS 1710 has died on me in the same way everyone else experienced.
There are now THOUSANDS of prie reporting this same problem online and even after all this time, after all these people complaining, Microsoft are still allowing this obviously broken service pack You'd think they would have made it a priority to add some code to save a copy of essential files and restore points so if the service pack trashed the system Wel like I said "almost" a good idea. for a long time.
I have been trying to use the helpful advice shared by members to fix my problem but have been unsuccessful. Windows Updates !! 0XC0190036 !! 1590/46126 VirtualDiskService-DL.manI have a Dell laptop purchased a little over a year ago. but my silly brother went and installed it right now without telling me and now I have to do all this .... Kills you doesn`t it?Now I think this finding applies to a Windows Update/Replacement IN PLACE.
Run the Anytime Upgrade DVD and select "Upgrade". this time I simply > deleted the corrupt Firewall.cpl away. The problem I had destroyed my restore points, but it sounds like your update completed okay.Good luck.Jon December 14, 2010 at 10:57 PM Anonymous said... When i try to boot from cd/dvd it loads and after a few minutes the screen turns blue and it saysA problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down
I don't have the details in my notes, but I got to a screen that offered to restore from a restore point. The second attempt succeeded. None of which worked might I add. WHAT A JOKE.