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    [10v1709b16299] SFCFix Does Not Seem to Complete Successfully


    I just ran SFCFix and this is what I got:
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    I have attached the CBS file as well. Some help would be greatly appreciated. :)

    Not sure if this is relevant, but there is a DCOM 10016 error in the Windows Event Log (https://i.gyazo.com/e08914bde7917c58...5d47946800.png). I've also noticed that when shutting down or starting Windows, sometimes it says "Getting Windows Ready" and restarts even though I didn't install new updates.


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    Re: [Windows 10] SFCFix Does Not Seem to Complete Successfully

    Tried some things to no avail. New CBS file in case something changed. CBS_2.zip

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    Re: [Windows 10] SFCFix Does Not Seem to Complete Successfully

    Please disregard this thread. I decided to reinstall Windows.

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