1.    26 Sep 2015 #1
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    DISM failure cannot repair corruption, error 0x80070570


    I am unable to repair some filesystem corruption after upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Both sfc and DISM fail to fix the issues. I've attached the CBS.log and dism.log files if anyone would be willing to help me figure this out, thanks!

    Edit: I should probably include that I also followed step 6 from this guide and using the install.wim file did not seem to make a difference.
    DISM failure cannot repair corruption, error 0x80070570 Attached Files
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  2.    27 Sep 2015 #2
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    Have you tried a in place repair by Brink??
    This tutorial will show you how to do a repair install of Windows 10 by performing an in-place upgrade without losing anything.
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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  3.    27 Sep 2015 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by donetao View Post
    Have you tried a in place repair by Brink??

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
    Hi, thank you for the link. Before I continue will this undo any custom registry tweaks or changes to system settings that I have done?
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  4.    27 Sep 2015 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by mluck94 View Post
    Hi, thank you for the link. Before I continue will this undo any custom registry tweaks or changes to system settings that I have done?
    Hi! I have not tried this. W10 is still new! It says you will not lose any thing! What does any thing mean??
    I would suggest you create a back up image of your OS so you can get back to where you are now. I guess you could also roll back to W7. You can't live with corrupted files. You will have all kinds of grief with windows updates and who knows what else?
    Sorry That's my best shot. You could trying running the sfc at least twice more before giving up on it. Some times you get lucky.
    I would run sfc a couple more times before giving up! The big dogs say run sfc at least three times before giving up.
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  5.    28 Sep 2015 #5
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    taking an image as back up will do no good since you would be backing up the corrupt os
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  6.    28 Sep 2015 #6
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    Edit: I am happy to report that repairing my install using the in-place upgrade process worked wonderfully. sfc reports no integrity violations. A few settings were changed back to default but no issues whatsoever. Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by donetao View Post
    Hi! I have not tried this. W10 is still new! It says you will not lose any thing! What does any thing mean??
    I would suggest you create a back up image of your OS so you can get back to where you are now. I guess you could also roll back to W7. You can't live with corrupted files. You will have all kinds of grief with windows updates and who knows what else?
    Sorry That's my best shot. You could trying running the sfc at least twice more before giving up on it. Some times you get lucky.
    I would run sfc a couple more times before giving up! The big dogs say run sfc at least three times before giving up.
    This is true, my biggest fear is later down the road when this corruption could rear its ugly head. I do have a backup image just in case things go south. I will try sfc a few more times and if it can't complete I will proceed with this and report back!

    Quote Originally Posted by csmdew View Post
    taking an image as back up will do no good since you would be backing up the corrupt os
    True, but I think he meant just in case things go south I can restore to what I had instead of having nothing.
    Last edited by mluck94; 28 Sep 2015 at 16:55.
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  7.    28 Sep 2015 #7
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    True, but I think he meant just in case things go south I can restore to what I had instead of having nothing.
    That's exactly what I meant. I always create a back up image before doing major changes.
    Are you saying you're not getting any more integrity errors?
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  8.    28 Sep 2015 #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by donetao View Post
    That's exactly what I meant. I always create a back up image before doing major changes.
    Are you saying you're not getting any more integrity errors?
    Yep! The corruption seems to have been completely fixed.
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  9.    28 Sep 2015 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by mluck94 View Post
    Yep! The corruption seems to have been completely fixed.
    Good to hear!! Good for you! Happy puttering !! LOL
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