UpdateOrchester messed up, TS is dead, Windows is dying

winadmin

New Member
Hello!

i have a big problem waiting for quick solution, but spendig hours over it did not produce any solution. I needed to disable Windows Update, so I opened Task Scheduler and deleted the triggers of all tasks in UpdateOrchester directory under Windows. It would be enough to disable update tasks, but i deleted the triggers of everything in the folder. Now TS is not running, produces error 1067 when started manually. There are problems with reaching desktop and keyboard settings are also messed up. I tried to repair it with installation media, but it was not able to repair any problem. Do you have any idea to restore registry settings? Login is extreme slow, there may be things not loaded due to my deletes.

Thank you.
 

Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
System restore points contain backups of system registry settings. You can try that, but it's more likely you deleted something you shouldn't have that won't have any kind of roll back. A re-install is probably going to be required although you can choose the "Keep programs and data" option.
 

winadmin

New Member
There are no restore point (of course), but I have only the latest build and it cannot be updated to it, because a special software cannot work with build over 1607. Maybe deleting these tasks in registry? Functions load after a lot of time, but system is very problematic. Maybe starting services manually?
 

MikeHawthorne

Essential Member
Microsoft Community Contributor
Hi

I'm sorry I don't know what your problem is but to save problems like this in the future make a System Image file of your computer when you get it going again.

I use EaseUS Todo Backup and Restore. It's Free, and I can't tell you how many times it has saved me from hours or days of work.

No matter what happens I can be up and running in less than half an hour.

EaseUS Download Center - Free Download Data Recovery Software, Todo Backup Software, Partition Manager

Make a new Image every month or when you are going to do anything risky and you will always be protected.

Mike
 
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