Windows 10: SFC some corrupt files can not be fixed Solved

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  1. Posts : 3,033
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       18 Nov 2015 #61

    Must be this build TH2 10586 because never happened on build 10240
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  2.    18 Nov 2015 #62

    >So basically you feel on next NVIDIA update this error will come back.
    Right now it comes back on reinstall of NVIDIA driver. I don't feel, I check it. I don't know what happens on the next Nvidia release, perhaps Microsoft fix their bugs.
    >Not using 32 bit drivers
    64bit driver installs 64bit opencl.dll to system32 and 32bit opencl.dll to syswow64. Microsoft puts 32bit opencl.dll to syswow64 only, 64bit onepcl.dll is not affected.
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       18 Nov 2015 #63

    Ache said: View Post
    >So basically you feel on next NVIDIA update this error will come back.
    Right now it comes back on reinstall of NVIDIA driver. I don't feel, I check it. I don't know what happens on the next Nvidia release, perhaps Microsoft fix their bugs.
    >Not using 32 bit drivers
    64bit driver installs 64bit opencl.dll to system32 and 32bit opencl.dll to syswow64. Microsoft puts 32bit opencl.dll to syswow64 only, 64bit onepcl.dll is not affected.
    You and me are not only ones with this issue, but researching it the day it came about after clean install of build 105860 shwed some having same issue even saw it with AMD drivers. Question is, when did this come about for you with this build or before this th2 update in november ? I feel this because this is what you said, if i reinstall NVIDIA drivers or maybe even update to new ones the errors will be back.
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       19 Nov 2015 #64

    What NVIDIA card do you have ?
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  5.    19 Nov 2015 #65

    I don't saw this error before 1511 update.
    I don't have AMD card, but it is very possible to happens with AMD too, because AMD may install opencl.dll
    Microsoft must stop to mess with this file.
    I have several NVidia cards and see this bug on each one with DX11. It is because Remote FX driver Microsoft intalls suppose DX11 card.
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  6.    19 Nov 2015 #66

    jds63 said: View Post
    You and me are not only ones with this issue, but researching it the day it came about after clean install of build 105860 shwed some having same issue even saw it with AMD drivers. Question is, when did this come about for you with this build or before this th2 update in november ? I feel this because this is what you said, if i reinstall NVIDIA drivers or maybe even update to new ones the errors will be back.
    Yea, goes the same with me. And a reinstall will bring it back - I have done that. No problem 10240. MSI 970 here.
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       19 Nov 2015 #67

    Ache said: View Post
    I don't saw this error before 1511 update.
    I don't have AMD card, but it is very possible to happens with AMD too, because AMD may install opencl.dll
    Microsoft must stop to mess with this file.
    I have several NVidia cards and see this bug on each with DX11.
    O.k. see that's it, i never had this issue before on build 10240, just happened with this build in November.My card is listed in my specs.
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       19 Nov 2015 #68

    Geneo said: View Post
    Yea, goes the same with me. And a reinstall will bring it back - I have done that. No problem 10240. MSI 970 here.
    Thanks, strange how others has it with 10240. Is it MS or NVIDIA ?
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       19 Nov 2015 #69

    Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3118754)
    Received this update today from Windows, wonder about it. Nothing about this.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3118754
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       19 Nov 2015 #70

    O.k. i did this as a test. Reinstalled NVIDIA drivers and i ran SFC and DISM and results this time were they found corrupted files and were able to fix them, unlike last time before using the install.wim in DISM and were unable to fix them and DISM error source file not found.
    So there is an issue here either with MS windows or NVIDIA.

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