Hello everyone, a few days ago when I started my computer my battery icon in the lower right on my task bar was only half showing up. I can see about the top 1/3 and the rest is blank. The wifi signal strength, date/time, and hidden icons arrows are fine. I tried to run 'cmd' to open the command prompt and I get a popup box that says: My system is 64 bit with 4 GB ddr3 ram running Windows 7. It's an i3 processor at 2.13 GHZ I've never been unable to open command prompt before so I'm somewhat lost on how to run diagnostic tools. I though it may be a virus so I tried running Malware bytes and Avast scans with no luck. I tried opening the command prompt from the registry in the local machine folder where it appears, but it just flickers open and disappears. Something must be corrupt in my system32 I'm guessing, but without being able to run cmd I'm not sure. Also, my system restore points are gone so I can't do that. I don't have the Windows 7 disc I can use to repair it either. Does anyone know of a good tool I can download to scan and repair system32 without using cmd? Thanks, Nathan Wanna kill these ads? We can help!