how to fix your PC with a simple command
Jan 30, 2018 // By:admin // No Comment
When you start to experience unexpected errors, performance issues, slow startup, or when Windows components do not work as expected, it’s a safe bet that one or more system files have been erased or are corrupted.This is one of
evocative signs of the presence of viruses on your PC .
And even in case of disinfection by an antivirus the problem could persist as long as the damaged files are not repaired Fortunately, it is not necessary to perform a reinstallation thanks to the simple but powerful SFC command utility (System Files Checker) under Windows 10, 8 th t 7 it is possible to verify the integrity of the system and repair missing or corrupted files .
This utility is to be distinguished from the CHKDSK command under Windows that repairs bad sectors of a hard drive .
Windows 10: Repairing its system with SFC
You can run the utility very easily from the command prompt or the PowerShell, in both cases in administrator mode (right click on the start menu> Command Prompt (admin)). By default, the console should be positioned in the System 32 directory. Simply type the command “ sfc / scannow ” which will start an analysis of the system files.
No additional action is normally needed The utility will scan and automatically repair corrupted files Once the process is 100% complete several results are possible:
- Protection of Windows resources detected no integrity violation: it means that you have no corrupted or missing system files
- Protection Windows resources could not perform the requested operation: in this case, perform the scan by restarting in safe mode
- Windows Resource Protection found corrupted files and repaired them successfully: nothing is to be done, but if you want to see details about the repaired files, they are in a CBS.Log file located in the Windows Logs CBS directory.
] Windows resource protection found damaged files, but failed to repair them all: here again the log file can be viewed by following the Windows path Logs CBS CBS.Log.
After the verification process, type exit in the command prompt to close the window and restart your computer.
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