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Old 06-05-2009
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Help with CBS.logs

I was trying to view my photos in my picture file, and IE said it was
not responding and was restarting, this happens every time I try to view
a photo so...I did a sfc /scannow and this is what it said:

windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix
some of them. details are included in the CBS.log
windir\Logs\CBX\CBS.log

C:\windows\logs\CBS\CBS.log

how do I repair this file?

if I use system restore I will loose my recent SP2 install and IE8
install...and this did occur BEFORE any of these installations.

also I installed CCleaner and had did the registry for errors....now
even after I tried to restore the registry, I am still get the error.it
is only doing it with my photos...and I don' know what to do about it.

I don't want to do a system recovery on my system.

HOW DO I REPAIR THE CBS.LOG FILES? any help would be appreciated. I
am using Vista 64bit


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Old 06-05-2009
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Re: Help with CBS.logs

"angelicmind" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:029b4da9588a06d5556af2128cd93f81@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> I was trying to view my photos in my picture file, and IE said it was
> not responding and was restarting, this happens every time I try to view
> a photo so...I did a sfc /scannow and this is what it said:
>
> windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix
> some of them. details are included in the CBS.log
> windir\Logs\CBX\CBS.log
>
> C:\windows\logs\CBS\CBS.log
>
> how do I repair this file?


I think sfc /scannow has got you on the wrong track ...

After running sfc /scannow on my computer, I received the same message that
you did. SFC was unable to repair a/some corrupt file(s). I was worried,
but suspicious about this alert. I deleted my CBS.log file, and re-ran sfc
/scannow again. A new CBS.log file was created, and no corrupt files were
found.

(I also have IE-8 and Vista SP-2 installed)

When I open a picture file on my computer, the default program that
activates is Windows Photo Gallery -- not IE. I am unclear about what kind
of "file" you have your photos in. You make it sound like you have several
photos in one file. It's this file that is crashing IE. Can you open a
single JPG picture file on your computer. How is IE getting involved in
this? Maybe clarify this first.



> if I use system restore I will loose my recent SP2 install and IE8
> install...and this did occur BEFORE any of these installations.
>
> also I installed CCleaner and had did the registry for errors....now
> even after I tried to restore the registry, I am still get the error.it
> is only doing it with my photos...and I don' know what to do about it.
>
> I don't want to do a system recovery on my system.
>
> HOW DO I REPAIR THE CBS.LOG FILES? any help would be appreciated. I
> am using Vista 64bit
>
>
> --
> angelicmind


I don't believe your problem is with your registry or having corrupt files.
Are you using IE8 to try and view your photos on a Web picture gallery page?

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Old 06-05-2009
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Re: Help with CBS.logs

Ok, how do you delete your CBS.log files?.where exactly are they
located?

When I go into my pictures and double click onto one of them, that is
when I get IE said it was not responding and was restarting. It does
this everytime I double click onto a photo, doesn't matter if it is
jpeg, gif...etc.

This did this before I even installed IE8....and yes I am trying to
view just with the windows photo galery.


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Old 06-05-2009
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Re: Help with CBS.logs

ok....well I deleted the CBS.log file and did a sfc /scannow it is doing
the same thing


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Old 06-05-2009
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"angelicmind" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
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>
> Ok, how do you delete your CBS.log files?.where exactly are they
> located?


(I see you found it -- mentioned in your other reply. "It is doing the
'same thing'". I don't know what you are talking about here. Scan unable
to repair corrupt file or IE restarting / not responding or both.)


> When I go into my pictures and double click onto one of them, that is
> when I get IE said it was not responding and was restarting. It does
> this everytime I double click onto a photo, doesn't matter if it is
> jpeg, gif...etc.
>
> This did this before I even installed IE8....and yes I am trying to
> view just with the windows photo galery.


This is over my head. Knowledge wise & time wise. The only other thing I
can think of is ...

.... right-click a JPEG file
from the menu, highlight "Open with" option; select "Choose Default Program"
choose a viewer program for your jpeg's ( not IE, of course)

See if that gets you going again. If you really do have corrupted files,
things can get geeky trying to track down the problem. Maybe have a friend
help you with that aspect of the fix. Good luck.

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Old 06-06-2009
Tae Song
 

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Re: Help with CBS.logs

"angelicmind" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:9574f54176f796eefe22326716db3f0c@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> ok....well I deleted the CBS.log file and did a sfc /scannow it is doing
> the same thing
>
>
> --
> angelicmind



CBS.log is what SFC uses as a journal.

It tells you what happened when you ran SFC. You should delete CBS.log
before running SFC if you plan on using it to track down the problems, so
you don't have to wade through previous SFC scans.

You can't open CBS.log directly, but you can make a copy of it and open the
copy.

Open the copy and search (edit->find) for ... "repairing" until you get to
something like ... repairing 3 components ... where 3 could be a different
number depending on the number of components that SFC found needed
repairing.

The following text will tell you which components SFC could not fix.


I would need to see the log to tell you anymore.

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Old 06-06-2009
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Re: Help with CBS.logs

this is what the sfc file said:

windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix
some of them. details are included in the CBS.log
windir\Logs\CBX\CBS.log

C:\windows\logs\CBS\CBS.log


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