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There are other files here: Error 53.log logfile.txt Recovery.log What could possibly be happening? A: I was able to fix the issue. Open your system32 folder in explorer (either by opening the command prompt and entering cd system32). Open regedit.exe using the file manager. Open “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Restore” Find the sub key “RestoreOnlyRootFolders”. If it is not there, create it. Under the “RestoreOnlyRootFolders” key, create a DWORD named “AlwaysRestore” and set it to 1. In a radio communication system, base stations (BS) provide coverage for respective cells, which are a predetermined communication area, and establish communication links with mobile stations (MS) within the respective cells. In the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), since a Long Term Evolution (LTE) project is performed in a 3GPP, advanced wireless communication system standards are established, and the 3GPP has been studied various wireless communication standards. Mobile communication systems have been developed to provide wireless voice service, while keeping user mobility. However, the mobile communication systems have been expanded to the level of providing high speed data service, broadcast services, and the like so as to achieve a high speed data rate of about a maximum of 100 Mbps, and a 1× Real Time Division Multiplexing (RTDM) rate of about 40 Mbps. Recently, an LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) system for implementing communication in an ultra high speed has been proposed. The LTE-A system has evolved from an LTE system through a standardization in a 3GPP. The LTE-A system aims at developing an LTE system into an all-IP based radio communication system using an IP infrastructure, as a candidate for next generation communication systems. To this end, a working group (WG) for the LTE-A system has defined detailed standards for the present LTE-A system. The details are presented in the non-patent document 1. Meanwhile, mobile communication systems are evolving to implementing a high speed and high quality services. But since wireless channels experience fading, the mobile communication systems take limitations in satisfactory performance due to the fading, and thus there is a need for a system capable of overcoming the fading. Accordingly, there is a c6a93da74d