Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Stop C0000135 Windows 7

STOP: C0000135 The program can't start because %hs is missing.
A customer's system was giving this stop code after my initial virus removal.  My first google searches came up with nothing but "LOL fresh install" the universal answer of weak minded techs.  Eventually I came across a blog post from Lexington computer repair blog.  Unfortunately the post did not relate to my issue, but it did help in that I knew there were other people out there repairing this issue.  My next search led me to a forum post on bleepingcomputer.com and that led me to their tool called Farbar Recovery Scan Tool.  After scanning with this tool and reviewing the log I found that the machine had the zeroaccess infection.  With fingers crossed I created the fixlist file to remove this and hit fix on the tool.  Success, the machine was able to boot; and I was able to continue my removal process.


Here is the fixlist file that I used. It probably won't fix everyone, but maybe it will help. The people on bleepingcomputer's forum are very knowledgeable and can help with specific issues.
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SubSystems: [Windows] ==> ZeroAccess
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8 comments:

  1. Hey, Zeos386sx, I just wanted to let you know that after an hour of weeding through Google and finding stuff about AVG from a year ago, as well as gobs of other people's HJT logs, I found your blog and fixed my issue in less than 5 minutes. Hat tio, my friend, and thanks!

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  2. You are a God in my eyes! I've been working on this issue for 2 days and all I could find as an answer was "reinstall windows". As far as I can see, you are the ONLY one who was willing to actually do the work to figure out a real answer. Thank you so much!

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  3. This solution is only successful if you can log into safemode with command prompt or safemode with networking, i have a computer that cannot even load into any mode of windows, therefore a reinstall may seem like the solution..

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    1. You run frst in repair my computer or from the repair section of the vista/7 install disc, not safe mode.

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  4. hi...Im student from Informatics engineering nice article,
    thanks for sharing :)

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  6. I have the frst on a dvd data disk can't seem to find a way to run it tried in in repair mode can't see it to run it. getting ready to throw it out the window lol

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    1. you can now run frst in normal mode, safe mode, or the recovery environment. frst by it self will not boot a computer it is meant to be run in one of the above modes of windows on the affected machine. if you can't get into normal mode or safe mode, the best thing to do is put frst on a thumb drive and boot off the windows install disc. the run frst from the recovery environment.

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