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    I just acquired a program called System Nucleus and upon attempting to install it got a message about WMI being unavailable (or something like that). After searching Microsoft and other sites for about an hour, I have been unable to find a download compatible with my OS (Vista Home Basic). Any suggestions?

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    The message is referring to the Windows Management Instrumentation Service. Click on Start and type services in the search box and hit enter. Scroll down to Windows Management Instrumentation and check to see if its set to Automatic and that it is running.

    Jerry

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    Thanks, Jerry. WMI is there on automatic and is running. System Nucleus still refuses to get going.
    If you or anyone else has any experience with this utility, I'd love to hear from you.

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    Did you download the latest version of System Nucleus? The 64 bit version at:
    http://www.freewarefiles.com/System-...ram_60421.html

    Has the following item listed in the Whats new section:
    Added option to attempt WMI repair if WMI query fails during application startup

    If you have 32 bit Vista, you need to find the 32 bit version.
    Jerry

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