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  1.    05 Jun 2017 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    ..............

    I would not recommend to image a system with disk problems, these problems are partly in the file system of Windows. Copying those problems will result in the next OS where you use the image to be unstable too.
    .....................
    Even though sfc /scannow reported no problem? Ok, point taken.

    Many thanks for your advice. And for the gentle attitude.

    Incidentally, condolences on your recent loss.
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  2.    05 Jun 2017 #12
    Join Date : Jun 2015
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    Yes, even when SFC reports no errors.

    SFC, System File Checker, only checks if the hashes of the system files are what they should be.
    Chkdsk scans the file system for errors, it is different in the way that it interacts with the hard drive like that it also reallocates bad sectors whereas SFC does nothing like that.

    Thank you.
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  3.    08 Jun 2017 #13
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    Thought I'd update. I've installed Win 10 on a new drive and indeed, I can boot normally with no blue screen. So thanks again to Axe0 - it'd have taken days longer for me to reach that realization without your help. There have been a couple of freezes after leaving computer for a while, but no dumpfile, no BSOD. There are event warnings ID of 10010 from the Restart Manager, so I think it's due to incomplete configuration or some such. Will start new inquiry if the freezes continue.

    I installed Win 10 from thumb drive using the technique described elsewhere in these forums, and got the added bonus of going to Winver 1703(Founders?). Cool. Lady Cortana walked me through part of it out loud. In fact, she seduced me into defining my user account in terms of an MS id, so it took me a while to figure out how to convert to a personal desktop account (including changing the username folder.)

    Also, I've now learned that a Macrium backup displays as a virtual disk, and I can drag files & folders directly to new drive. Way cool! I just wish recovering program settings, etc. were as easy for most programs as it is for the Firefox profile or those few programs that don't use the registry.

    Seems like I have managed to screw up one small thing. The event view contains a default custom view called "Administrative Events". I filtered it for warnings, etc., intending to save as a new definition, but in fact managed to apply the filter to the default definition itself. Now, I can't unfilter or delete it - the options are greyed out in the editor. Anyone know how to reset that item to default?

    Anyway, these forums are great. Thanks again. -Ron
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  4.    08 Jun 2017 #14
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    Glad to hear

    Seems like I have managed to screw up one small thing. The event view contains a default custom view called "Administrative Events". I filtered it for warnings, etc., intending to save as a new definition, but in fact managed to apply the filter to the default definition itself. Now, I can't unfilter or delete it - the options are greyed out in the editor. Anyone know how to reset that item to default?
    Something you'll want to ask at the general subforum for more response
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