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Windows 7: sfc unrepairable files

05 Aug 2015   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 SP 1
sfc unrepairable files

System:Asus G60Vx-RBBX05
Windows7 HP SP1
upgraded components (WD 7500BPKT - 00PKT0, Intel core 2 Duo P8800@ 2.66GHz, Crucial 8GB (CT2CP51264AC800)

I'm at a bit of a quandary here as to what path to proceed on with my sfc scan results. As you can see in the attached log all the unrepairable files (if I'm not mistaken) are nvidia driver files; the currently installed driver is the most recent available (341.44) for the GTX 260M chip featured on this laptop. I have not noticed any graphics related problems. The reason I ran sfc was to see if it would turn up any problems related to windows update as I have recently had the issue of repeatedly being offered updates that I've previously downloaded and successfully installed.
I also have all 3 of the noted KB update packages installed (KB3022345, KB3035583, and KB3068708) and have installed the System Update Readiness Tool (Hotfix for Windows (KB947821).)

Other thoughts: I'm not sure that there's anything wrong with the unrepairable files but if I leave things as is can I expect to encounter issues possibly related to this if I upgrade to Windows X?

I do not own a retail or oem disc for Windows 7 HP; what i have is a Asus system recovery disc that came with this computer (no SP 1.)
The only other Win 7 media I have is a retail Windows 7 pro upgrade disc that I got when Win 7 was first released but never used (again no SP 1.)sfcdetails.txt

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05 Aug 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Try uninstalling the Windows Update for Nvidia drivers if they are installed.
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