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    csmdew said:
    OK printer is now repaired by deleting drivers in registry, so that fixes my main concern but now I have 3 folders under C drive that were not there before trying to repair and all have at least 3gb of files in them. Windows~BT, ESD, Pro and Windows 10 Upgrade plus a couple others that can be deleted easily. Still DISM won't run to finish.
    You should be able to get rid of most of that just by running Disk Cleanup, or the Free up space now part in Settings under System - Storage.
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    Could not get rid of the PRO folder that was made (calls for trusted installer)since it is a copy of my OS; prog files, uses, etc.
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    Run setupdiag and see if there is any new information:

    SetupDiag | Microsoft Docs
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  4. Posts : 111
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    csmdew said:
    Could not get rid of the PRO folder that was made (calls for trusted installer)since it is a copy of my OS; prog files, uses, etc.
    There are various ways to get the rights. But what I usually do is boot from a bootable Windows install USB. From the first screen of Windows setup, you can just use SHIFT-F10 to get a Command Prompt. Check to see what drive letter the PRO folder is on, as the drive letters may not be what you expect in this mode. Try C: D: E: until you find it.

    If it is on C: the command rd /S /Q C:\PRO will delete it. In this mode you will have full rights to do whatever is needed.
    Last edited by DonCuthbert; 19 Mar 2019 at 19:19.
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    This cmd just crashed my system and when rebooted the pro folder is still there which was created by this cmd: DISM /Apply-Image /ImageFile:H:\Sources\install.wim /Index:1 /ApplyDir:C:\PRO /CheckIntegrity /Verify. .
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    zbook said:
    Run setupdiag and see if there is any new information:

    SetupDiag | Microsoft Docs

    SetupDiag was unable to match to any known failure signatures.System Information: Machine Name = Offline Manufacturer = Model = HostOSArchitecture = FirmwareType = BiosReleaseDate = BiosVendor = BiosVersion = HostOSVersion = HostOSBuildString = TargetOSBuildString = HostOSLanguageId = HostOSEdition = RegisteredAV = FilterDrivers = UpgradeStartTime = 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM UpgradeEndTime = 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM UpgradeElapsedTime = 00:00:00 CV = ReportId =

    This what it reported
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    The next time that you perform an in place upgrade repair:
    a) uninstall any non-Microsoft antivirus software (always on and manual) using the applicable uninstall tool
    b) place the computer in clean boot:
    Perform a Clean Boot in Windows 10 to Troubleshoot Software Conflicts | Tutorials
    c) do not choose windows updates until the repair is successful
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    csmdew said:
    This cmd just crashed my system and when rebooted the pro folder is still there which was created by this cmd: DISM /Apply-Image /ImageFile:H:\Sources\install.wim /Index:1 /ApplyDir:C:\PRO /CheckIntegrity /Verify. .
    That is unexpected. If you go to a Command Prompt and enter rd /? you will see that all it does is delete a folder and everything in it.

    Did you first boot your PC with Windows 10 install media and get a Command Prompt with SHIFT-F10? This step was meant to give you enough file rights to easily delete the C:\PRO folder and contents, as well as anything else that you wanted to delete, such as C:\$WINDOWS.~BT, etc.
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    I just used the cmd prompt on pc as I usually do. Don't know what u mean about boot with install media and f10. After it would not dism repair I just tried to delete the file created in cmd prompt with cmd u provided. That PRO folder created now has program files, program files 86, windows, programdata and I can't delete it. I even used a prgm to take ownership but still would not go away.
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  10. Posts : 111
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    Earlier you indicated that you have new boot usb win 10 pro. If you can boot your PC with it, by hitting a key during power-up to select the USB as boot source, then it will launch into Windows setup, as if you were going to install Windows on a new PC. Once it gets to that first setup screen for installing Windows 10, SHIFT-F10 will give you a Command Prompt with enough rights to delete anything. That is what I meant.

    csmdew said:
    Have new boot usb win 10 pro, can I use this as source wim cmd. It's at H drive. This the correct LIne:

    Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:wim:H:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess
    There are other ways to take ownership of the PRO folder so that you can delete it, but because you said you had the boot USB, this sounded easiest to me.

    I believe this might work from within your running Windows at a Command Prompt:

    Code:
    takeown /F C:\PRO /R /D Y
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