Hi Henry, I see you rated the answer since last replying, is the issue now fixed?
If not, restart your computer and try the MS Fix It utility once more. If you still get the error, stop any anti-virus or firewall software you may be running and try again.
If it remains an issue, Go to the Services Consol via Start / Admin Tools / Services (or just click Run in the Start menu then type "Services.msc" no quotes)
Go to the Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Service (MATS)
Right Click, choose Properties
Under the General tab make sure the Start Up type is Automatic
Go next to the Log On tab
Choose "This Account" button and type in "NT AUTHORITY\System" (no quotes)
You'll be asked for an admin user password and will be required to confirm the password
If successful you'll be asked to Stop and Restart the service. I recommend you do so under the General Tab.
Then restart your system and try Fix It.