I know I've mentioned CheckSUR a lot around here and its a really vital tool for troubleshooting servicing problems within the OS.
I'm happy to report that the utility has been updated to work on Service Pack 1 installations for Windows 7 and R2. I finished testing it on my own installation yesterday and all seems to be working well.
As usual, you can find it here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947821
I have encountered an other malfunction: DEP seems to be not active any more. According to EMET, DEP is running on my system. If I want to activate DEP then I have to login as Administrator. But I have already loged in as Administrator. So, what's going on here Microsoft?
So are you saying DEP is actually not active or that its just that the toolkit is reporting that its not active?
CheckSUR's getting more and more bloated now. One day it will be the size of SP1 itself.
If it fixes issues for people, I am fine with that
Last Review: October 28, 2010 - Revision: 13.1
Is that correct ?
The changed name of the blog suprised me for a moment... & thn ws happy that i was at the right place and felt Joseph met Ben Armstrong ( The Virtual PC guy) :)
LOL, finally someone caught that I changed the name. And yes, Ben was the insipration for the name. The guys I work with thought my old blog name was lame. I'm open to other suggestions <G>
@Dean, it will forward you to the 2/22 version of the files. For example, Win7 x64 is located here:
"I'm open to other suggestions"
How about just
'Tips and Tricks on Issues Related to Servicing'
Pretty much says it all.
I liked the new name... I think we could do with the addition of Windows to it & make it more apt.... 'The Windows Servicing Guy' :)
I like it Rahul....blog name updated. You win...well nothing but my thanks for the suggestion <G>
Great.. I just hope that the search engines are able 2 soak the name changes lol.. Oooh what do you kw... There is another blog that does not seem to be active though [Bing results]:
Fair enough but why did the XP servicing model did not have to repaired for inconsistencies by huge sized tools?
Btw nice blog name. I wasn't sure whether it was there or not earlier when I saw it. :P
@someone: XP did, but it usually required a rebuild because we werent able to fix the corruption once it hit.