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Windows 7: Repeated Missing or Corrupt Files

28 Aug 2019   #1
PeterP

windows 7 64bit Home Premium Build 6.1.7600
 
 
Repeated Missing or Corrupt Files

I have run most of the 'fixes' to try and get my Win 7 Home Premium system to boot properly.

After doing most of the fixes available I ran SCF and it fixed a couple of issues but I was still getting file missing or corrupt when I tried to boot my system.

I ran SCF a second time but todate I have had to manually replace the following files:

fltmgr.sys
ksecdd.sys
NETIO.SYS
tcpip.sys

I have backed up the above and replaced them with ones from the X: drive and rebooted the system each time. I now have fwpkclnt.sys showing as missing or corrupt.

Can anybody suggest a solution to this problem or do I have to contunue replacing earch file until my system boots sucessfully.
Thanks,


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28 Aug 2019   #2
samuria

win 8 32 bit
 
 

If you are replacing files and they are not from current updated system they will fail any files replacing needs to be at current update
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28 Aug 2019   #3
PeterP

windows 7 64bit Home Premium Build 6.1.7600
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samuria View Post
If you are replacing files and they are not from current updated system they will fail any files replacing needs to be at current update
Thanks for your reply, could you tell me where I can obtain the current updated files?
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28 Aug 2019   #4
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Do a system file check.
Open a CMD window as Administrator and type
sfc /scannow


If it finds any problem on the first scan, repeat it 2 more times, rebooting after each scan.
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29 Aug 2019   #5
PeterP

windows 7 64bit Home Premium Build 6.1.7600
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
Do a system file check.
Open a CMD window as Administrator and type
sfc /scannow


If it finds any problem on the first scan, repeat it 2 more times, rebooting after each scan.
My machine wont boot to win 7, I have to use the installation disk and cant open the cmd window as admin.
I have used the shift+F10 keys on the first screen to get to the dos cmd and have run SFC with the off parameters.

The first time it found errors and the second two times it found nothing. I have tried to run SFC /scannow but it wont run saying that there is a System Repair Pending.

When I try to boot into win 7 I now get fltMGR.sys missing or corrupt. If I replace this with the file off the X: drive then it will report more errors until it reaches fwpkclnt.sys and when I replace that, I end up with a BSOD.

Any suggestions would be welcomed,
Thanks,
Pete
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29 Aug 2019   #6
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Please edit your profile with ALL your hardware specs. It will help us to help you.

Is your disk a MBR or GPT?

Boot from the installation disk and hift+F10 keys on the first screen to get to the CMD.
Type:
diskpart
list volume (identify the letter assigned to your windows partition)
exit

Now do a off line sfc
sfc /offbootdir=X:\ /offwindir=X\Windows (replace X with the volume letter found with diskpart list volume)
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29 Aug 2019   #7
PeterP

windows 7 64bit Home Premium Build 6.1.7600
 
 

I will edit my profile after making this post.

The SFC command I used was:

SFC /scannow / offbootdir=E:\ /offwindir=E:\windows (E: is the C: drive on PC with the operating system)
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