SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

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    Thanks Brink!
    Hadn't heard of this. lol
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       #121

    You're most welcome Marshallslion, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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    I tried sfc /verifyonly but it said "YOU MUST BE AN ADMINISTRATOR RUNNING A CONSOLE SESSION IN ORDER TO USE THE SFC UTILITY"

    but i am the admin. help?

    +rep
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    Hello Gamer dude,

    It just means that you will have to right click on the cmd shortcut and click on "Run as administrator" first, then type in the command.

    1. Open a elevated command prompt (right click -> Run as administrator).
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       #124

    Thanks for the quick reply Brink
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    You're welcome mate. :)
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    after running /scannow now i found out that they cant repair my Ati and Nvidia files but funny thing is at the end of the log, it says "All files and registry keys listed in this transaction have been successfully repaired"

    i have no problem with the files and my gpu is working fine.

    i have attached the sfcdetails file. please have a look and maybe you guys can shed a light on this.

    tanx !!
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    enrell said:
    after running /scannow now i found out that they cant repair my Ati and Nvidia files but funny thing is at the end of the log, it says "All files and registry keys listed in this transaction have been successfully repaired"

    i have no problem with the files and my gpu is working fine.

    i have attached the sfcdetails file. please have a look and maybe you guys can shed a light on this.

    tanx !!
    Hello enrell and welcome to Seven Forums.

    As the information section at the beginning of the tutorial says, "The sfc /scannow command (System File Checker) scans the integrity of all protected Windows 7 system files and replaces incorrect corrupted, changed, or damaged versions with the correct versions if possible." I might be mistaken but I don't believe SFC will check the hardware that might be installed on a given computer. You might have to go to Device Manager. Device Manager can be used for changing hardware configuration options, managing drivers, disabling and enabling hardware, identifying conflicts between hardware devices, etc.

    Open Device Manager
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       #128

    marsmimar said:
    enrell said:
    after running /scannow now i found out that they cant repair my Ati and Nvidia files but funny thing is at the end of the log, it says "All files and registry keys listed in this transaction have been successfully repaired"

    i have no problem with the files and my gpu is working fine.

    i have attached the sfcdetails file. please have a look and maybe you guys can shed a light on this.

    tanx !!
    Hello enrell and welcome to Seven Forums.

    As the information section at the beginning of the tutorial says, "The sfc /scannow command (System File Checker) scans the integrity of all protected Windows 7 system files and replaces incorrect corrupted, changed, or damaged versions with the correct versions if possible." I might be mistaken but I don't believe SFC will check the hardware that might be installed on a given computer. You might have to go to Device Manager. Device Manager can be used for changing hardware configuration options, managing drivers, disabling and enabling hardware, identifying conflicts between hardware devices, etc.

    Open Device Manager
    hi there

    what i meant the errors are graphic drivers..ati and nvidia drivers..but funny thing is i dont have any error when using my gpu..
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    enrell said:
    marsmimar said:
    enrell said:
    after running /scannow now i found out that they cant repair my Ati and Nvidia files but funny thing is at the end of the log, it says "All files and registry keys listed in this transaction have been successfully repaired"

    i have no problem with the files and my gpu is working fine.

    i have attached the sfcdetails file. please have a look and maybe you guys can shed a light on this.

    tanx !!
    Hello enrell and welcome to Seven Forums.

    As the information section at the beginning of the tutorial says, "The sfc /scannow command (System File Checker) scans the integrity of all protected Windows 7 system files and replaces incorrect corrupted, changed, or damaged versions with the correct versions if possible." I might be mistaken but I don't believe SFC will check the hardware that might be installed on a given computer. You might have to go to Device Manager. Device Manager can be used for changing hardware configuration options, managing drivers, disabling and enabling hardware, identifying conflicts between hardware devices, etc.

    Open Device Manager
    hi there

    what i meant the errors are graphic drivers..ati and nvidia drivers..but funny thing is i dont have any error when using my gpu..
    Hello!

    Have you ever used Driver Sweeper? There was a bug in Driver Sweeper which caused this problem. Do you still have it installed? Are these files in the backup directory?

    Thanks a lot!
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