"Jesper Dannemann" <Jesper Dannemann@discussions.microsoft.com
> wrote in
> When I try to turn on or off a Windows feature, I keep getting the error
> message: "An error has occurred. Not all of the
> features were successfully changed."
> Please help.
This is often a problem with drivers or some conflict with installed
software. Have you made sure all your drivers are fully Vista 64
compatible, do any of the drivers only support basic functions for the
specific device? Also, make sure all such drivers are the latest available
as later drivers might correct issues related to previous drivers. If
software related, sometimes all you can do is uninstall items one by one,
checking after each removal to see if you can then implement the feature.
First, check to make sure your applications are all Vista 64 compatible
and/or if there are updates available for those apps as the updates might
correct the issue.
Also, you might check the Event Viewer to see if anything is referenced,
assuming an error was generated in the log, that might point to some
hardware or software. NOTE: if it says Explorer.exe, it's pretty much
telling you that something on your system is not compatible and is crashing
Explorer, it's just not telling what is misbehaving. Control
Panel\Administrative Tools\Event Viewer.
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