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Windows 7: Accidentally stop sfc /Scannow but i dont see errors

05 Jan 2015   #1

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Accidentally stop sfc /Scannow but i dont see errors

IS drangerous? i interrupt sfc /scannow i run it as a routine affter installl all my software and i interrupt accidentally i run it again and dont see problems i use to check errors whith check sur and dont see anyone

PC Windows 7 x64

I am desesperated dont want to format u u

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05 Jan 2015   #2

windows 7 home 64bit

Hi ... Is sfc scannow working for you now with out any Errors ? ...
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 Accidentally stop sfc /Scannow but i dont see errors

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