SFC SCANNOW and DISM RESTOREHEALTH - Repair Corrupt Files
Here is a program to help users with corrupt windows files..
This program will run System File Checker and DISM commands to repair an online Windows image
and will also look for the setup media to use as a repair source
Step 1: Download and Extract > IMAGE_HEALTH.ZIP to a root folder ( C:\image_health )
Step 2: Right-Click IMAGE_HEALTH.CMD > Select Properties > Select Unblock
Step 3: Insert your Windows Setup Media ( Mounted ISO or DVD or USB )
Step 4: Right Click on IMAGE_HEALTH.CMD and Run as Administrator
Preferred Windows 10 ISO > http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench
This Program supports any ISO with either an Install.wim or Install.esd
The Preferred Method Of Use To Fix file Corruption Would Be To Select
Option 1 - /ScanHealth > if shows as Repairable,
Option 2 - /RestoreHealth > if shows as Missing Source Files,
Option 3 - /RestoreHealth /source
Dism uses the component store as it's main source for Image Repair, so best to Select Option 2
Before Selecting Option 3 and redirecting the repair source, to the Windows Setup Media..
Option 4 > will analyze the component store, it will tell you if the store needs to be cleaned up
Option 5 > will cleanup (Remove) superseded windows files over 45 days old in the component store
Option 6 > will cleanup (Remove) ALL superseded windows files in the component store
Option 7 > will run System File Checker - SFC /Scannow
Option 8 > will run Revert Pending Dism Actions (UnLock, The Locked Disk Message)
Option 9 > will run Disk Cleanup Manager in Extended Mode
Option 10 > will run CheckDisk on a Volume, to scan for and fix disk errors..
Option 11 > will run ShowKeyPlus to retrieve windows product key
Option 12 > will export 3rd Party System Drivers into a "Drivers" folder
Option 13 > will run a MS Tool that will Automatically move all the User files from the Windows.old folder to the corresponding locations within your new Windows installation.
There are log files to help you and others troubleshoot DISM and SFC issues..
Those *.Log files will be created on your Desktop as *.txt files..
So you can post them easily in a forum..
I don't have any problems so far with Win10 and am still learning. I am wondering if it would be beneficial to run this tool every few months just to keep the system optimal?
If yes, which option would be the best?