Windows 10: I have met my match "file name is not valid" and "no more files"

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    Windows 10 Pro x64
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       22 Jun 2017 #21

    Yep! I must have opted in to letting Microsoft spy on me at some point - or, perhaps more accurately, failed to opt out. Well at least I won't miss it.

    Yeah, I'll still give the disk checks a try; can't hurt anything. And I researched the DISM error code - turns out it was just reporting an error because it didn't have a source ISO to look at; it didn't actually report any other problems. So I think I'm good there. Still need to check SFC's log file though.

    Thanks again for your help. At least for now, I'm up and running again.
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  2.    23 Jun 2017 #22

    One thing puzzles me:
    the service "Connected User Experiences and Telemetry", aka DiagTrack, is causing the problem. Stopping it immediately restores normal function.
    - and you reported problems saving documents

    When I have that service running it does not affect saving documents - and nor would I expect it to.
    So while disabling it helps you, the effect is unexpected.

    You may also encounter red 'Some settings are managed by your organisation' as a result in Settings.
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