Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by kumaramy, Jul 13, 2013.
On screen keyboard problem.
who moved this to 8?
This is win 7 problem.
Because your screenshot looks like from Windows 8!
I didn't moved it, I'm not MDL Staff, just to let you know, it's just how it looks at the first moment!
I had moved the post considering you never mentioned your OS I did look like windows 8.
Try to run "sfc /scannow" in a elevated command prompt.
Okay. I'll let you know if sfc /scannow solves this.
I did "sfc /scannow". It didn't find any integrity. But keyboard problem not solved.
May you use our friend Google and look for: 3 party onScreen keyboard for Windows
There some solutions available!
Ye. There some solutions. But I don't feel good if my pc ha error. I will use 3rd party but I would try to repair this first. Is there any other solution ?
I got new info. about my sfc scan. I did sfc again and it showed that it found corrupt files but unable to fi them. sfctext detail says, can not repair file.
But I have to tell u guys that, when I installed my os newly, suddenly after installation i did sfc scan. and IT DIDN'T show any integrity. so, it i clear that the installation disc that i have hasn't contain corrupt system files to install.
so, what would be the solution for repair them if sfc doesn't repair it. Repair using installation cd ?
New and clean installation!
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Before that, they said that I have to take ownership of the files which needs to be replaced. But there are many corrupt files are there in my system so it will take too much time to take ownership of each file. so how to take ownership of all those files at a time ?
Ask where you got the info from!
I etracted system32 files from dvd to desktop>newfiles folder
Is there any command for command prompt by which can do :
1] take ownership of all system files.
2] finds corrupt files, then copy the new files (not all new files, only the original of corrupt) from desktop>newfile folder
3] replaces them.
You could NOT take Ownership of ALL System Files and others too!
You may could use to boot from an other OS with to have access to the HDD with the damaged Windows installation. Manuel delte the damaged files and copy the new files to the same location.
You should have an log-file with the required infos which files are damaged and their location.
Said all that, didn't means that you could replace all the damaged files. Some maybe writ protected even if you use an other OS for that replacement action. That come back to the adice I gave you already in post #11
I tried repair option from dvd during boot and tried sfc scannow. It said previous sfc scannow is pending plz restart pc. But after each restart it showed the same message.
In that case time to format and do a clean Installation.
Done Close this thread.