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    [Win10 x64] corruption, unable to update & unable to run SFCFix

    Was able to do a tiny bit of fixing to get a few updates installed but still no good. OS installed on SSD, tons of errors saying programs can't run when PC is booted.
    Windows related programs like windows store, groove music, microsoft edge are seemingly gone along with not being able to use the search on the task bar.
    Trying to run SFCFix I get - Bad Image, bcrypt.dll can't run, Error status 0xc0000020
    I feel like just getting rid of this thing and buying a new SSD I would very much appreciate help !
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    Re: [Win10 x64] corruption, unable to update & unable to run SFCFix

    Hi HachiRoku!


    I'm not an expert, just another newbie member in this forum. I took the liberty to take a look at your file, and I really thing that you are going to get another SSD because of the amount of errors.

    But, like I side before, I'm just a newbie here. Let's wait to see what the experts say.


    Have a good day!

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    Re: [Win10 x64] corruption, unable to update & unable to run SFCFix

    It was a pain but I erased the ssd completely and reformatted it and that seemed to do the trick. This thread can be deleted I guess if someone wants to.

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    Re: [Win10 x64] corruption, unable to update & unable to run SFCFix

    Quote Originally Posted by HachiRoku View Post
    It was a pain but I erased the ssd completely and reformatted it and that seemed to do the trick. This thread can be deleted I guess if someone wants to.

    Excelent!

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