"angelicmind" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> ok....well I deleted the CBS.log file and did a sfc /scannow it is doing
> the same thing
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
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
The following text will tell you which components SFC could not fix.
I would need to see the log to tell you anymore.