- Just thought I'd beat the Linux crowd to it. =)
According to the above, it appears to be related to Windows backup.
The above link shows a couple of resolutions that might help.
Lot’s of help if you google or bing “Windows 7 0x80070057”
this should help...
Another potential solution:
Try doing a system restore to the time just before you started having problems.
The screen should show a list of any ‘new’ installs that could be affected.
After the system restore, you may need to reinstall those programs that showed up on the ‘affected’ list.
Have a man try it. Japanese computers have a little bit 男性優越主義
Which operating system do you have?
Try the Win 7 System File Checker:
If you have two hard drives in explorer one would be C: and the other probably D:. Look in the drive that is not C: and see what tools you have to reinstall Windows. If you have a separate disk run the install.
I would try to back up any data files you have before trying this, though.
Your missing a critical update. I had the same thing happen to me. Go to the windows update site and update your OS. You should be good to go after that. I haven’t had any problems since.
Strange, I get this error message every time I boot Windows 7:
So first things first. What windows version V,7 or 8.
You should be able to change the language in the control panel.
Find the event viewer clear everything and go back the next time and look at the failures. before you clear the red ones upload any info that looks similar to the error your seeing.
To make life a little easier you could enable crash reports and download whocrashed www.resplendence.com
Once we know the actual full crash an modules, we should be able to figure this out.
Just for starters, clear your cache, run defrag and chkdsk. you might want to do a windows defender offline AV scan just incase.
I think you may have ided the issue and not known it