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Windows 7: Cleanmgr.exe don't delete old updates, Manifest hash mismatch in CBS

15 Oct 2017   #1
reggae

Windows Server 2008 R2
 
 
Cleanmgr.exe don't delete old updates, Manifest hash mismatch in CBS

Hello, I'd like to ask for your help:

on my server with windows 2008 R2 SP1 is a large winsxs directory (over 20G).
I tried running cleanmgr.exe, which reports more than 10G in old updates.
When I enable to delete old updates, the process runs for a few minutes but then ends without an error message.
  • sfc /scannow does not report any error
  • SURT reports "CSI Manifest Failed Catalog Check"
  • In CBS.log, the message "Manifest hash for component [ml: 280 {140}, l: 184 {92}]" amd64_a4cd9f2511c47beb5acd28af1235c6f1_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.22943_none_d1cfb420b31e8a1c "does not match expected value."
Could someone please help me?




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