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    Mar 2008

    Windows Vista - repair corrupted system files

    Some library files and Vista are replaced when you install programs. With the possible result of system failures. Fortunately there is a good practice to replace the original versions, system files corrupted.

    • To do this, click Start and click Run. If the Run menu is not in the menu list, type the Windows key + r

    • In the window type: SFC / scannow and click OK

    • A scan of the system and is performed with replacement of any damaged system files with versions of origin.

    • If you have any doubt about the reliability of your system, it is possible to check only

    • To do this, type SFC / VERIFYONLY

    Think about this trick before a complete re-installation of Windows Vista

    This trick also works for Windows XP

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2008

    Re: Windows Vista - repair corrupted system files

    I tried the operation on Vista, but you have to log in as administrator. I do a sfc / scannow to see on XP. In your opinion is blocking my PC if I try to pause but it runs very well once started, is it just the software, drivers or hardware?

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    Join Date
    Dec 2008

    Re: Windows Vista - repair corrupted system files

    Start / click all programs / accessories / right click on the icon "command prompt" and choose "Run as administrator" / further

    As a result I got:
    Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6000] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    C: \ Windows \ system32> sfc / verifyonly

    Early analysis of the system. This may take a while.

    Starting the verification phase of system analysis.
    The audit is 99% complete.
    The Windows Resource Protection found integrity violations. Of
    Details are provided in the newspaper CBS.log example C: \ Windows \ Logs \ CBS \ CBS.log
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