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Windows 7: "Sfc\scannow:Impossibile eseguire per protezione Windows"

18 Dec 2011   #1
Il Gerry

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Service Pack 1
 
 
"Sfc\scannow:Impossibile eseguire per protezione Windows"

Ciao a tutti da ieri sera ho avuto un problemino provando ad eseguire sfc/scannow sul mio Acer con Win 7 64b comprato 2 mesi f.
Quando provo ad eseguirlo dopo appena poco mi rimanda il mess:
"Protezione risorse di windows:impossibile eseguire l'operazione richiesta."
Ho provato allora ad avviare la Mod.Provvisoria ed eseguire un Scandisk (con tutte e 2 le opzioni selezionate)...e dop un paio d'ore : Sonno: ho spento visto che eran ormai le 4.
Stasera riprovo e niente sempre stesso messaggio
Qualcuno potrebbe aiutarmi prima che diventi matto a capir cosa sia.
Grazie a tuuti ciao


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18 Dec 2011   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Saluti Gerry

Siamo un sito inglese qui e sar necessario utilizzare un servizio di traduzione (come googles) per tradurre in esso in modo che possiamo hel voi

Benvenuti a bordo di un mio amico





Hello everyone

last night I had a little problem trying to run sfc / scannow on my Acer with Windows 7 64b bought 2 months ago.


When I try to run it I see the mess:

"Windows Resource Protection: Can not perform the requested operation."

I then tried to start and run a Scandisk Mod.Provvisoria (with all options selected and 2) ... a couple of hours and DOP: Sleep: I saw that they were now off the 4.

Tonight I retry the same message and nothing more

Could someone help me before it becomes crazy to understand what it is.
Thank You
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18 Dec 2011   #3
Il Gerry

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Service Pack 1
 
 

Hello to all from last night I had some Nations United problemino experiencing to perform sfc / scannow on my Acer with Win 7 64b bought 2 months f.
When I experience to perform it AFTER just Little it returns me the mess: "Protection Risen again of Windows: impossible to perform l 'Operation Request ".
Then I experienced to start the Mod. Temporary and to perform Scandisk of the Nations United (with Everything and 2 the OPTIONS chosen)... and dop of the Nations United couple of ore: .
Extinguished I Saw That eran now the 4 Tonight I try again and nothing Same Semper Message.
Someone could help me to before the That one you become crazy: Banghead: capir What is.
Thanks to all.
Hi.
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18 Dec 2011   #4
Il Gerry

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Saluti Gerry

Siamo un sito inglese qui e sar necessario utilizzare un servizio di traduzione (come googles) per tradurre in esso in modo che possiamo hel voi

Benvenuti a bordo di un mio amico





Hello everyone

last night I had a little problem trying to run sfc / scannow on my Acer with Windows 7 64b bought 2 months ago.


When I try to run it I see the mess:

"Windows Resource Protection: Can not perform the requested operation."

I then tried to start and run a Scandisk Mod.Provvisoria (with all options selected and 2) ... a couple of hours and DOP: Sleep: I saw that they were now off the 4.

Tonight I retry the same message and nothing more

Could someone help me before it becomes crazy to understand what it is.
Thank You
hello and thanks to you for this excellent forum
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