Fix 0x0000005 errors and applications not working in Windows 7

If you are a Windows 7 user, after a recent update from Microsoft, you may face the following issues with the operating system: When you start Windows 7, you will see a “error 0x0000005” instead of opening the Desktop; Many programs do not work; You try to use System Restore to return to the system, but not. In the following article will give you a solution to fix these problems without reinstalling Windows 7.

This problem is usually caused by a recent update: KB2859537. If you’re experiencing the above issues, try uninstalling this update by following these simple instructions:

  1. Open the Control Panel and navigate to Programs and Features.

2. In the left pane, click “View installed updates“.

3. Find the KB2859537 update and delete it.

4. Restart your computer.

In case you can not open the Control Panel, you can use the following command to uninstall KB2859537 (run it at a command prompt): wusa.exe/uninstall/kb:2859537

Then boot your computer.

Note: This problem usually occurs in non-genuine / cracked versions of Windows by replacing system files when “activating” the software. Therefore, you should avoid using non-genuine Windows.

Good luck!