sfc scan problems 22H2

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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #11

    Jason,

    jvesagie said:
    Sorry for the delay . Maybe ive gone off the deepend and forgotten things with age . Please tell me if im wrong . the only reason why you get integrity errors on SFC when there is nothing wrong ' is because the files that are been checked against is the ISO install that you used originally . So if that is the case , if the windows updates that have happened since the install , which do not update the ISO install at all , means once you change/update the ISO its checking the system files against , you will not get any integrity issues . Possibly something has changed but i definetly don't know if it has , and if it has changed there no mention of it anywhere i can find
    Well, almost.
    If an update alters system files then it is supposed to do two things:
    - Create a backup copy of the new file in a location that SFC uses to do its comparison, and
    - Alter the SFC 'manifest' so that SFC knows what it is supposed to be checking.
    Sometimes updates get it wrong, as discussed earlier in the thread.

    jvesagie said:
    ... you never have to reset windows ...
    The most effective protection against any need to reset or take other drastic action is to make frequent system images.
    I make a new one each month & I keep several of the old ones.
    If an update were to wreck my Windows then I'd restore the system image.
    - I'd try to fix the fault.
    - If I was not able to, I'd try to uninstall the update.
    - If the fault persisted, I'd restore the last system image.
    - Then I'd try to update again.



    All the best,
    Denis
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  2. Posts : 11
    20 22h2
    Thread Starter
       #12

    Hi therte

    I agree with you on effectively the backing up however although that sfc problem is specifically on one of my pc,s, 99% of the time im working on client systems . Although my work doesn't mean i work on the OS , but generally if there is a problem with one of our programmes , it is almost always because of a OS problem . I do run other tools , autoruns . process explorer . but i find that the sfc is the easiest and best for me . this issue that prompted me to seek assistance is the first time ive had the sfc fail on me like this . Even while writing this message now , the problem still exists and i truly cannot tell you why it is like that. I just hope this is a bit of a freaky one off situation as i hope not to lose faith in the tool
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