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Startup repair is only meant for fixing software startup issues, mainly programs blocking a startup or registry/startup config errors.
The BSOD or Blue Screen Of Death error is generally aimed at hardware errors. Specifically, it could be your RAM, Hard drive, or any other main component in your computer. The most common is RAM, try replacing your memory sticks and see if it works. Hard drives can cause this error as well when they are on their last legs.
All in all, you may have to re-install windows completely.
1) open "run" from the start menu, and run "services.msc".
2)find "Apple Mobile Device".
3)In the "status" column it will tell you if the process is started or
not, and the "startup type" column will tell you if the process will
start automatically when windows starts. Set
the status to "started" and the startup type to "automatic".
4)To do this right click on this process, and then click on "Properties"
5) In the "general" tab find the "startup type" drop-down arrow menu and
make sure "automatic" is selected. Select it if it is not.
6) Also in the general tab check the "service status". If it does not say "started" then click the start button.
7) at the bottom of the properties window click "apply"
you need to close all open programs and reboot before you defrag if you want a clean reboot go to start remove all programs from the startup file so nothing is in the background, if McAfee is in your start up file, it will prevent you from a complete defrag start/all programs/startup click and drag each file in the startup back to all programs and then do a new reboot
To stop the problem completely, you need to go to 'Task Manager' then
'Processes' click EULA.exe then 'right click' and click 'Open File
Location' do that with all EULA.exe and go to the open folder and
delete all the files associated with it or delete all you see on that
folder. Restart window afterwards and you will see the problem is gone.