I try to make people aware at least on first few forums google show about the problem. Sorry I have absolutely no contacts with Microsoft developers and Microsoft support do their best to guard developers from users with template robotic answers like "reinstall your windows", so it is not easy task to bypass them, mission impossible. Probably someone from enterprise environment have.
I, too, have fallen prey to this issue, BUT my problem is even more *interesting* (in the sense of the Chinese curse): while SFC /scannow reports the opencl.dll files from Nvidia (>100K) as "corrupt", dism /online /cleanup-image /checkhealth tells me that my component store is fine, and not at all corrupted. Seems like waiting for a fix from MS is the only solution now, isn't it? Knowing now what Ache has shared, I don't want to replace the good, but reported corrupt Nvidia opencl.dll files with the bad, but reported good Microsoft opencl.dll files. Other suggestions?
After reading Ache's post, I ask myself, did I jump into windows 10 a bit too soon. Anyway, I'm interested in any feedback about a old-fashion solution and that is to remove all the drivers and return my video adapter card to an earlier version... say Geforce 9800.
Originally I had a GEforce 9800 in the system running Windows 8.1 32 bit with two DMI displays and life was good.
When I jumped to Windows 10 64-bit, I decided to move ahead in a newer adapter Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 750 Ti.
And there are the opencl.dll complaints given by the sfc /scannow.
Two items... is this complaint that I found in the windows log viewer something to really be concerned over at this point?
has anyone found that backing up to an older graphics card, seems to resolve this complain, or, once the damage is done, well the party is over until Microsoft comes up with a solution...
Apparently it was too soon, for me too, 8.1 is in pretty good shape. BTW, opencl.dll bug happens on ATI cards too, i.e. with any driver which install accelerated opencl.dl, older card does not help. Moreover 10 TH2 still have have unfixed regedit bug
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I hate Microsoft... I hate Windows 10!!! But I dont want to go back Windows 8.1 or older Windows 10 have too many problems... and corrupted files are the big big big problem!!! Hope Microsoft fix this soon!
Definitely a Windows 10 issue, as i posted in my thread on this same issue. I recently restored an older PC to either sell or keep and put Windows 8.1 Pro on it and a NVIDIA Graphics card and no reported issues from SFC at all on the OpenCl.dll.