Microsoft Visual c ++ runtime library error at startup. Runtime error! Program: C:\Windows\Explorer.exe

Original title: Microsoft Visual c ++ runtime library error to star up

Microsoft Visual c ++ runtime library error at startup

Runtime error!
Program: C:\Windows\Explorer.exe
I can't solve this problem.
I tried these solutions:
I deleted all versions of Microsoft Visual c ++ s old and re-installed Microsoft Visual c ++ 2010 and all other microsoft automatic updates
AutoFix used to define Internet Explore to the initial state (deleted programs side)
Clean boot startup: error always happens after I uncheched all stars including Microsoft services services
Start in safe mode: error persists
Done a full virus scans (avira and f-secure online)
I tried to restore Windows but there is error and can't do.
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Hello

This error message or when you tried to restore Windows?

I suggest you try to create a new user account and check if it helps.

Create a user account:
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/create-a-user-account

If the problem is resolved in the new user account, here is fix a corrupted user account:
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/fix-a-corrupted-user-profile

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