Are you experiencing quirky OS glitches?
Culling out the [SR] strings, you have five corrupt files.
dskquoui.dll is a Windows Shell disk quota file.
dxptaskringtone.dll is a ringtone editor file.
netcenter.dll is a Network Center control panel file.
onex.dll is from the time stamp service.
eula.rtf is a rich text format End User License Agreement file that could be from any MS program.
If you're not getting Windows shell errors, and, you can access the Network Center, and, file time stamps seem to be accurate, don't worry about this alleged corruption. Very often everything works okay even though SFC seemingly finds corruption. Most of the time, it's from mismatched hashes.
The other two are minor and won't come into play in day-to-day operations.