Hello Rudabega, welcome aboard.
The log you uploaded contains four elements beyond repair, as I apparently found.
- keymgr.dll ==> non system service
- korwbrkr.dll ==> non system service
- kerboros.dll ==> non system service
- d3d11.dll ==> DirectX Direct3D 11
► For the non system services, I am not very sure which software originated those files in your registry. The best what you can to deal with those is to download and install CCleaner
> Run it > Click on the registry tab > scan for issues > fix selected issues.
► For DirectX Direct3D 11, I would say that it is inbuilt in windows. So if SFC is unable to fix it when windows is running, try SFC /SCANNOW : Run in Command Prompt at Boot
► But, for your situation, I would suggest you that a Repair Install
would be the best option.