Windows 10: Upgraded, remnants of 7tsp windows 7 theme remains, sfcscannow corrupt Solved

  1.    17 Oct 2015 #1

    Upgraded, remnants of 7tsp windows 7 theme remains, sfcscannow corrupt

    I have black background and green text in windows and some random places, everything works fine though, sfc /scannow cannot fix it, i installed a mr.grim theme with reshacker installed using 7tsp back on windows 7 and i couldnt restore it properly since i uninstalled reshacker and lost the registry/whatever backup for 7tsp so i ended up manually uninstalling everything as best i could. Any ideas???

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  2.    17 Oct 2015 #2

    Well resetting the theme to windows default has fixed it LMAO.... ok bye
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