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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #190

    You might see if you may be able to install them after uninstalling your current AMD graphics drivers and restarting.
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  2. Posts : 9
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       #191

    Ok ill try that thanks alot for your help so far this has been bothering me for the longest
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  3. Posts : 9
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       #192

    Ok i did that and reinstalled them nothing has changed but i did decide to go to windows update and check if i could update my windows 10 and i got this https://i.imgur.com/EKUNLMm.png
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  4. Brink's Avatar
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       #193

    With that many issues, you might consider doing a clean install of Windows 10 to start fresh.

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       #194

    Is there a method to do it without a flash drive? and how would i find out my windows 10 product key Im free upgraded so i have my windows 7 one but idk the windows 10
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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       #195

    Sure, you could reset Windows instead to try and avoid a full clean install.

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    It should automatically detect your key and activate. Especially if the key is linked to your Microsoft account.

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       #196

    I just saw this thread and I just wanted to ask if what I did is also accepted,I ran elevated command prompt oin the Win 10 desktop and typed,

    Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:wim:O:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess
    I copied sources folder to Downloads folder in
    C:\Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth/Source:wim:C:\Users\Damien_PC\Downloads\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess

    All went fine and the corruption was corrected. Is that also acceted as correct? I based that from my note from the eightforums :)

    May I ask a question about it Sirs?

    I use Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.3 and O&O ShutUp when I setup Win 10 Pro (clean install). As mentioned I did repair corruption via DISM and it was corrected okay. Will I setup Ultimate Windows Tweaker/O&O ShutUp again?

    May I ask what is "Enable built-in Administrator Account" in Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.3?

    What happens when I click that? Is that a good thing?

    Thanks so much all!

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       #197

    damien76 said:
    May I ask what is "Enable built-in Administrator Account" in Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.3?
    What happens when I click that? Is that a good thing?
    What happens is that you enable the built-in Administrator account which is disabled by default. It can be useful sometimes to log in as Administrator to repair problems, but most would recommend leaving it disabled when not needed. There are ways to enable it without needing a 'Tweaker'. See this tutorial for more information.

    Enable or Disable Elevated Administrator account in Windows 10
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    Bree said:
    What happens is that you enable the built-in Administrator account which is disabled by default. It can be useful sometimes to log in as Administrator to repair problems, but most would recommend leaving it disabled when not needed. There are ways to enable it without needing a 'Tweaker'. See this tutorial for more information.




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    OK I will leave it at that :)

    Thanks for the tip Bree!

    I will print it in PDF and store it :)
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    Run SFC using shortcuts


    [Updated 4 March 2020 - unnecessary use of elevation removed, additional shortcut added]

    I always do the same jobs with SFC so I have set them up as shortcuts both for convenience and to avoid typos. It occurred to me that other users might like to do the same so here are the shortcuts I use.
    - My shortcuts are all set to run minimised [right-click on each shortcut, Properties, Run - select Minimised]
    - Shortcuts 1 & 2 must be set to run as Admin [right-click on each shortcut, Properties, Advanced, set Run as Admin]. The others are just normal shortcuts.

    For those shortcuts that create output files
    - I send the output to D:\Desktop but you'll need to substitute your own full folder path to a folder in which your user account can write files [test it in a command window by entering Dir >"D:\Desktop\TestFile.txt"]
    - My examples [unnecessarily] enclose "the output path in quotation marks" so that they are ready in case your paths contain spaces. If yours do not include spaces then the pair of " around the path can be removed but they do no harm if left in. Do not remove any of the others such as the very final " at the end of the line because that is an essential part of the pair that begins with the FindStr command.
    - Each shortcut does its job then closes because its output file is the only thing of interest
    - The output file will be blank if there are no results to display
    - The extracts are normally short enough to be read easily and to be posted in a forum thread if necessary [unlke the CBS log itself, which is far too long to comprehend or to expect others to review].
    - Each line in each output file has its own date-time stamp. If you make multiple extractions [such as Irreparables & Could not reproject ones] then you can use the date-time stamp to relate entries to each other.


    Shortcut 1 - Run SFC
    - My shortcut is called SFC - ScanNow
    - It is set to run as Admin [right-click on shortcut, Properties, Advanced, set Run as Admin].
    - The SFC window remains open when SFC finishes so you can have a look at its completion report
    - I normally use a variant of this 'baseline' shortcut - see #2 below
    Code:
    %windir%\system32\cmd.exe /k "%windir%\System32\sfc.exe /ScanNow"


    Shortcut 2 - Run SFC with completion indicator
    - In this variant, the Taskbar tab label changes when SFC finishes so I do not need to keep opening the SFC window to find out if it has finished or not.
    - The Taskbar label starts off as SFC - ScanNow
    - When SFC finishes, the Taskbar label changes to Administrator: SFC complete {or as much of that as will fit in the Taskbar tab}. The difference is hard to ignore and that makes it a very good completion indicator

    - My shortcut is called SFC - ScanNow
    - This variant is the shortcut that I actually use to run SFC.
    - It is set to run as Admin [right-click on shortcut, Properties, Advanced, set Run as Admin].
    - The SFC window remains open when SFC finishes so you can have a look at its completion report
    Code:
     %windir%\system32\cmd.exe /k "%windir%\System32\sfc.exe /ScanNow & Title SFC complete"


    Shortcut 3 - Extract all SFC results

    - My shortcut is called SFC Results 1 All
    - Choose your own path & filename. I include the computer name because I use the same shortcuts on several computers but you can omit that if it is not useful for you.
    Code:
    %windir%\system32\cmd.exe /c "%windir%\system32\findstr.exe /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"D:\Desktop\%ComputerName%-SFCResults.Log""


    Shortcut 4 - Extract list of items that SFC repaired successfully

    - My shortcut is called SFC Results 2 Repairs
    - Choose your own path & filename. I include the computer name because I use the same shortcuts on several computers but you can omit that if it is not useful for you.
    Code:
    %windir%\system32\cmd.exe /c "%windir%\system32\findstr.exe /c:"[SR] Repair" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"D:\Desktop\%ComputerName%-SFCResults-Repairs.Log""
    - The Repairs.Log normally has 2 apparently spurious entries when no repairs were needed -
    2020-03-04 16:31:13, Info CSI 00000245 [SR] Repairing 0 components
    2020-03-04 16:31:13, Info CSI 00000247 [SR] Repair complete



    Shortcut 5 - Extract list of items that SFC could not repair

    - My shortcut is called SFC Results 3 Unrepairables
    - Choose your own path & filename. I include the computer name because I use the same shortcuts on several computers but you can omit that if it is not useful for you.
    Code:
    %windir%\system32\cmd.exe /c "%windir%\system32\findstr.exe /c:"[SR] Cannot repair member file" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"D:\Desktop\%ComputerName%-SFCResults-Unrepairables.Log""


    Shortcut 6 - Extract list of items that SFC "could not reproject"
    I have never found a decent explanation of this type of failure but, because each entry includes "source file in store is also corrupted", I believe that it can serve as an explanation for a corresponding entry in the irrepairables list.

    - My shortcut is called SFC Results 4 Non-Reprojectables
    - Choose your own path & filename. I include the computer name because I use the same shortcuts on several computers but you can omit that if it is not useful for you.
    Code:
    %windir%\system32\cmd.exe /c "%windir%\system32\findstr.exe /c:"[SR] Could not reproject" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >"D:\Desktop\%ComputerName%-SFCResults-Non-Reprojectables.Log""


    I hope this is useful for somebody,
    Denis
    Last edited by Try3; 04 Mar 2020 at 11:51.
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