SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

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       #700

    Yeah, it'll recreate it.
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       #701

    Brink said:
    Yeah, it'll recreate it.
    already done that but the new ones just the same. All this is to find out how to cure a propsys.dll error, not sure if thats affecting this as well ..
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       #702

    In that case, you might see if doing a system restore using a restore point dated before this happened may be able to undo and fix this error.
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       #703

    all, sorted now and thanks for the help.
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       #704

    Great news. You're most welcome. :)
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       #705

    What is wrong here? (after cloning from a dying OCZ Vector - which come up as fine - to a Samsung 850 PRO)
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       #706

    Hello Ganon,

    Your sfcdetails.txt log doesn't show any corrupted files found. :)
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       #707

    Brink said:
    Hello Ganon,

    Your sfcdetails.txt log doesn't show any corrupted files found. :)
    I thought that ... But sfc says corrupted files found? (Is it just a strange anomaly?)
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       #708

    Did you run SFC from within Windows when it said that? It doesn't log if you ran SFC at boot.

    If you like, try again, then create a new sfcdetails.txt file to post to see if it may show anything.
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       #709

    Brink said:
    Did you run SFC from within Windows when it said that? It doesn't log if you ran SFC at boot.

    If you like, try again, then create a new sfcdetails.txt file to post to see if it may show anything.
    Just ran it again. Here are the results:
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