Please send the cbs.log and the cbs.persist.log( if it exists)
Remove the online from my email name before sending and please zip the
files upas they get pretty large.
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|> Thread-Topic: sfc /scannow found corrupt files but was unable to fix
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|> I searched for cannot repair and get the message.. cannot find "cannot
|> I think maybe sfc is lying to me about corrupt files
|> "uvbogden" wrote:
|> > In the CBS.log use Find to check for "cannot repair" and Find Next to
|> > other files that could not be repaired. Write down the names of the
|> > files that could not be repaired. Then go to Repair Vista Options and
|> > the steps to fix your computer. You may eventually have to Access
|> > Files on Your Vista Install DVD to copy good files to your OS to
|> > corrupt files.
|> > "Aaron" wrote:
|> > > I ran the sfc /scannow command because I was having some problems
|> > > programs to run and got this message..
|> > > verification 100% complete Windows Resource Protection found corrupt
|> > > but was unable to fix some of them.
|> > > So I performed a full system restore back to factory settings. After
|> > > restoration was complete I ran the command again and still get the
|> > > message.
|> > >
|> > > I have looked at the cbs log file which makes absolutely no sense to
|> > > I read on another site to take ownership of the windows directory,
|> > > didnt make any difference.
|> > > I contacted HP technical support and all they could tell me was how
|> > > the HP system recovery which I already Know how to use.
|> > > so obviously there is an error in the factory image partition on the
|> > > drive, and HP dont know anything.