SFC/SCANNOW and DISM found errors, but couldnt fix them


  1. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 b.9879
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    SFC/SCANNOW and DISM found errors, but couldnt fix them


    Hello. My laptop become slower and slower every year, but seeing my father's PC running Windows 10 flawlessly with about a half of my laptop specs, I've started to wonder if i'm doing something wrong. Therefore, searching the forums, I've found that i could run a sfc/scannow and if this is not working, i could run dism /online.../restorehealth command. To be honest i'm not a windows genius and i don't know much about sfc/scannow except it find and fix some windows errors. About the dism command i have absolutely no ideea. I've runned both of them and both found errors that couldn't fix. I've seen there are people that can 'read' those logs and can explain what's wrong to noobs like me. In the link below you'll find the logs for both of them and a picture with command prompt message.
    I'm running Windows 10 build 9879 on a Lenovo B560, i3-370m processor, 6GB RAM if you need this information.
    Thanks in advice. I hope someone can help me fix these issues.
    Andrei Savescu.


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  2. Posts : 98
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    I don't know much about DISM, but with SFC, you typically want to run it, then restart at least 3 times. If on the 4th time you run it, it still finds errors, best bet might be a clean install. Hopefully someone else can give more specific advice.
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    As for the DISM errors, the problem is that it doesn't have access to the source - those files that were used to install Win10.
    You can specify the location of the source when running DISM - but it'll take some research on how (I'm late for work now, otherwise I'd do it - sorry!)
    Last edited by Brink; 08 Dec 2014 at 16:04. Reason: removed comment to continue same issue in new thread
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  4. Posts : 61,516
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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    Hello Andreisavesu, and welcome to Eight Forums.

    This is normal right now for Windows 10 Technical Preview since it's not a complete OS that's been patched over and over.

    It should be fine by the time the later builds are release right before the RTM though. :)
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  5. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 b.9879
    Thread Starter
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    Brink said:
    Hello Andreisavesu, and welcome to Eight Forums.

    This is normal right now for Windows 10 Technical Preview since it's not a complete OS that's been patched over and over.

    It should be fine by the time the later builds are release right before the RTM though. :)
    Hello, and thanks for your answer. The problem is they I have some troubles with my laptop.
    1. From time to time my laptop stop working. The Windows logo disappear, and if I press start, three start menu appear, but some black tiles appear.
    2. Since I've upgraded to Windows 10, I cannot connect to my home wireless on n protocol, only g which means less speed.
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  6. Posts : 61,516
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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    In that case, you might create a new thread in the Network & Sharing forum area for the wireless issue. This way you'll get better help there for that type of issue. :)
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