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  1. Mulsiphix's Avatar
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       #11

    The app is not listed in the Apps area. There is a shortcut for it in the Start Menu and launching said shortcut generated those errors in the Event Log. But there is no entry in the Apps area. Do you think making a System Restore point and trying the Reinstall and Reregister process again makes sense?

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  2. Posts : 1,867
    Windows 10 Pro 2004 20H1
       #12

    It does, depending on which option you're thinking of using.

    If Calculator is the only one you need, there is a specific PowerShell command for individual apps in Option 2.

    Some folks may have uninstalled several apps, and won't want everything re-installed, which is what Option 1 does.
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  3. Mulsiphix's Avatar
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       #13

    OldNavyGuy said:
    It does, depending on which option you're thinking of using.
    Alright, I went ahead and did this, going with Option 1, since I already had gone through that process right before performing the Repair Install. I have attached (Reinstall and Re-register Event Logs.txt) the entries generated in the Event Log during the timeframe the Reinstall and Re-register command was executing; listed in chronological order.
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  4. Posts : 1,867
    Windows 10 Pro 2004 20H1
       #14

    Looks like folder permissions, or registry permissions, or both are not correct.

    There may be more issues we haven't seen yet.

    If you don't already have 1909 bootable media, I would get the 1909 ISO and create it.

    I would use Rufus to both download and burn the ISO to a USB stick.

    Rufus - The Official Website (Download, New Releases)

    To download an ISO in Rufus, click the drop down arrow next to the Select button, and select Download. Then, when Download replaces Select on the button, click on it to start.

    A white dialog box will display, and you can select the version, language, and "bitness" (32 or 64-bit) of the ISO you want.

    Then, we can try DISM to repair your install.

    Use DISM to Repair Windows 10 Image | Tutorials

    Failing that, I would go with a repair install using an in-place upgrade.

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
    Last edited by OldNavyGuy; 28 Jun 2020 at 16:20.
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  5. Mulsiphix's Avatar
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       #15

    OldNavyGuy said:
    If you don't already have 1909 bootable media, I would get the 1909 ISO and create it. I would use Rufus to both download and burn the ISO to a USB stick.
    You said 1909 but the highest number is in the 1904 range. Is the top ISO choice in this image the one I should be downloading?

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  6. Posts : 1,867
    Windows 10 Pro 2004 20H1
       #16

    19H1 is 1903

    19H2 is 1909

    20H1 is 2004

    I went back and looked at your earlier posts, and you said you were on 1903.

    I would start with that.

    You can update to 1909 as a cumulative update from 1903 later, when you get things working and have a disk image of the working system.
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  7. Mulsiphix's Avatar
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    Windows 10
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       #17

    OldNavyGuy said:
    I went back and looked at your earlier posts, and you said you were on 1903. I would start with that.
    Since my current build is 18362.900, which 19H1 build do I want to use: [18362.30 - 2019.05] or [18362.356 - 2019.09]?
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  8. Posts : 1,867
    Windows 10 Pro 2004 20H1
       #18

    I'd go with 18362.356
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  9. Mulsiphix's Avatar
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    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #19

    OldNavyGuy said:
    I would use Rufus to both download and burn the ISO to a USB stick... 19H2 is 1909... I'd go with 18362.356.
    Done.


    OldNavyGuy said:
    Then, we can try DISM to repair your install. Use DISM to Repair Windows 10 Image | Tutorials.
    I performed Step 4 in the tutorial to check for corruption and it found that my image is repairable. I just want to be clear before I perform the next step. The next step I should run is Step 6, correct? No need to run Step 5 or 7? Logs during scan time:

    1. Attachment 285950
    2. dism.log





    OldNavyGuy said:
    Failing that, I would go with a repair install using an in-place upgrade. Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
    Part of this thread was me trying to recover from a Repair Install that was performed using the very tutorial you linked in the quote here. I just want to make sure you realized that before I potentially initiated that process a second time. If you still recommend I go forward with it, I am all too happy to give it a go
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  10. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H1)
       #20

    Perhaps you should start by checking your disk. If something basic is wrong you could end up wasting a lot of time.

    HD Tune v2.55 (Free) - Health and Error scan tabs. Check all disks if more than one.

    If ok, then from an admin command prompt run
    chkdsk c: /scan

    If ok then:

    Looking back at your first post where you changed permissions, you might try Tweaking.com's free repair tool, selecting only repair related to permissions.

    Observe the preparatory steps carefully.

    If you can run that successfully and the one thing remaing is that UWP apps (those provided with Windows like Groove, Calender, Mail, Store...) don't launch, try

    Reinstall and Re-register Apps in Windows 10
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