Windows 10: SFC /scannow with corrupted files Solved

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  1.    11 Jan 2016 #11

    Why am I getting Bad System Config Info?? The only thing I did was reformat my SSD with parted Magic twice. !!
    ok, I also did get a bad page error and it rebooted and I was able to create my Acct and I'm on the desktop.

    I need to take a nap before work, so I will leave my pc on while it get all needed updates and I will report back in some hours.

    Thanks everyone.....

    PS: I just want a smooth Win 10 pro 64 bit running and not crashing!!
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  2.    11 Jan 2016 #12

    Every now and then the system will have files which will show an SFC problem. The chances are low that particular file is effecting your system. I once had a Dell system where Dell had modified the file and messed up but that file would always show not being correct. Of course the message doesn't mean a file is corrupted but for some reason it will not check as the correct file. Windows 8 thru 8.1 had one which was related to a printer install even though that printer was not installed.

    If you run the suggested command to obtain the SFCdetails.txt, it will show as empty if you mistype the command. Copy and paste the command below in an Administrative command prompt. When it is done, look near the bottom of the text file on your desktop and see what file/s are indicated as "cannot repair member file"

    findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"

    If it is the opencl.dll file, you can ignore it or you can repair it if you want.
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  3.    12 Jan 2016 #13

    Ok, I have win 10 pro running and I was able to get some logs files. I will post and wait for further notice. I will be here all day to try to get it to work. The ONLY programs installed are Samsung SSD magician and MSI(motherboard Liveupdate).
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    Startup Repair diagnosis and repair log
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    Last successful boot time: ‎1/‎12/‎2016 7:53:42 AM (GMT)
    Number of repair attempts: 1

    Session details
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    System Disk = \Device\Harddisk0
    Windows directory = C:\WINDOWS
    AutoChk Run = 0
    Number of root causes = 1

    Test Performed:
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    Name: Check for updates
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
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    Name: System disk test
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
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    Name: Disk failure diagnosis
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Disk metadata test
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Target OS test
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 297 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Volume content check
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 47 ms

    Test Performed:
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    Name: Boot manager diagnosis
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: System boot log diagnosis
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Event log diagnosis
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Internal state check
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Boot status test
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Test Performed:
    ---------------------------
    Name: Setup state check
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 62 ms

    Test Performed:
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    Name: Registry hives test
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 782 ms

    Test Performed:
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    Name: Windows boot log diagnosis
    Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0
    Time taken = 0 ms

    Root cause found:
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    Boot critical file c:\windows\system32\drivers\ntfs.sys is corrupt.

    Repair action: File repair
    Result: Failed. Error code = 0x490
    Time taken = 1360 ms

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       12 Jan 2016 #14

    I'm not totally sure on this, but it wouldn't hurt, takes a lot of time though:

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    Boot critical file c:\windows\system32\drivers\ntfs.sys is corrupt.
    Run chkdsk /r

    Chkdsk
    Last edited by Cliff S; 12 Jan 2016 at 03:37. Reason: Added TechNet link
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  5.    12 Jan 2016 #15

    @Cliff S, which should I run fist?
    Chkdsk or chkdsk /r

    thanks
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       12 Jan 2016 #16

    ered said: View Post
    @Cliff S, which should I run fist?
    Chkdsk or chkdsk /r

    thanks
    Just open a command prompt and type chkdsk /r and reboot. Windows should then check your drive for errors and repair anything it finds.
    The other was just a link to TechNet so you can see what the /r flag does(and other ones too).
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  7.    12 Jan 2016 #17

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    Do I need to wait or just reboot?
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  8. Posts : 16,539
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       12 Jan 2016 #18

    Just reboot...
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  9.    12 Jan 2016 #19

    Ok, done 100%...I was able to log in to my acct and after 3 mins it did a restart and now I have this !!
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  10. Posts : 16,539
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       12 Jan 2016 #20

    Try rebooting again, and if this screen comes up again, go to advanced options and try boot repair.
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