Re: WIN Updates restart, shut down "hung", powered off, SFC cannot commit repairs
Hello again :)
This is good news, not bad :)
SURT detected no errors, so that is good.
And your SFC corruptions are absolutely nothing to be concerned about. Two patch Tuesdays ago, Microsoft released a slightly broken update which caused SFC to incorrectly detect its files as corrupt (simplistically). This is what is happening here, and what is happening to Vista computers across the world at the moment. The problem is with SFC - the actual files are not corrupt, will not cause a problem, and are nothing to be concerned about.
Microsoft have been notified about this issue, and I am hoping for a re-release next patch Tuesday (actually, I hoped for that last patch Tuesday too, but that fell through).
I have now checked lots of logs - SURT, CBS.log, and SFC logs. And there is nothing inside any of them to be concerned about.
Have a great day!