Is that right?
After following Ztruker's suggestion,
Launch and elevated Command Prompt and run a Read-only Disk Check
*** do not add any parameters
then run Disk Check again with the fix parameter
chkdsk C: /f
*** this should prompt you to schedule the check on the next boot, answer yes
Restart your machine - Disk Check will run before Windows loads
Try SFC again.
The Media Creation tool checks the integrity of the download after it has been downloaded.
It's very strange that it should be corrupted.
Where are you saving the download to?
These may be on the CD or the USB stick that you installed Windows from....second command said needs to find directory where files are located...
If the disc isn't in the CD player or the USB isn't plugged in then the recovery files won't be found.
(At least, I think so!)
Very good point , i did copy the creation tool download on to a blank DVD but have not used it , i will post a screenshot of whats on it.
I am just confused about the correct command . I installed Windows without a DVD or USB stick , just followed the upgrade from MS so far.
I will try the second command again with DVD installed , hoping it works.
Just tried and this is what i got.
Please follow OPTION TWO To Create .txt file on Desktop with chkdsk Results Log in this tutorial and post the Event log info for the Check disk entries.
Check Disk (chkdsk) - Read Event Viewer Log - Windows 7 Help Forums
I'm not sure that the disc you have is set up correctly - it sounds as though you just copied the ISO to the disc - is that correct?
It can still be used as a source for Dism, but the disk errors should be fixed first.
KYHI posted directions on how to fix it here: http://www.eightforums.com/network-s...tml#post512897 (written for 8 but valid for 10 as well).
dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
The source files could not be downloaded.