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  1. All questions now moot as I've done a full Windows 7 Pro 32 install and re-installed all of my applications software, created Repair, Boot and PW Recover Disks plus Boot USB Stick. However this thread is useful for anyone who needs to replace a corrupt file. I'll have a full image Acronis Backup too, so it won't matter if Hard Drive croaks again, but it is brand new. This should give me full coverage insurance against everything except nuclear bulls eye here.
  2. Well, not all of us have deep pockets for the latest spiffy pc, albeit I can build one cheaply that is better than my Dell Latitude D830 Laptop on which I just now finished doing a Full Install and Full Update of Windows 7 Pro 32 bit. As I do not do this stuff everyday, being mostly a cosmic life sciences person, it took me two failing tries over day and a half, and then one full attentions focused success, somewhat of a miracle too for a 70 year old. Now I can continue my writing and blogging in STYLE. I did a Hangman Game for typing students once on the TI-99/4A. Hmmm. Circa 1984 or 1
  3. I don't recall anything from command prompt except sort of like "this will take some time" at the beginning, maybe a percent completed value while running. and at the end it refers to CBS.log saying to look at that for details. Ran it once in Vista and once in Win 7 Pro and it said some files could not be fixed -- talking about Autochk -- but it did not say that on the LAST run which created the evidentiary CBS Log showing in boxes here following your "curiousity killed cat" box. The last run didn't say corrupt Autochk because I fixed Autochk by replacing it. I know it works because it d
  4. End of CBS Log: It says "Verify and Repair Transaction completed. All files and registry keys listed in this transaction have been successfully repaired." That is ALL it says, zero instances of "integrity" word other than 2 instances (alone) shown in previous post. If it said "integrity violations" it would have to use some other words than "integrity" and "violation" AND further, the word "integrity" and the word "violation" are not found anywhere, neither singular nor plural for the latter. Likewise for "error" and "errors" -- zero occurrences of either word in CBS Log. Is
  5. The word "integrity" is mentioned only twice in CBS Log, and that occurs in the 1st 7th of the log, near the bottom of the 1st 7th: 2014-01-08 02:02:22, Info CSI 0000005d Repair results created: POQ 17 starts: [iT IS NEAR THE BOTTOM OF THIS CBS LOG SELECTED PORTION] 0: Move File: Source = [l:192{96}]"\SystemRoot\WinSxS\Temp\PendingRenames\f4b3dc923f0ccf014807000084014405._0000000000000000.cdf-ms", Destination = [l:104{52}]"\SystemRoot\WinSxS\FileMaps\_0000000000000000.cdf-ms" 1: Move File: Source = [l:162{81}]"\SystemRoot\WinSxS\Temp\PendingRenames\f4b3dc923f
  6. Yes, I did sfc /scannow and much else. It repaired a lot and seemed to say at conclusion that it had fixed all found, albeit the exact nature of the fixes is beyond me. No comprende CBS Log I'm afraid. Too much strain on bear heads. Looked like a lot of moving things about, IDK... Next time I install a new system, I will do Full Install from scratch, NOT an Update. Live and learn. Maybe I'll do that with new Win 7 Pro disk later this year, but I am under the gun with work in progress right now, and pc is good-to-go for the time being, until some slack time for scratch install comes u
  7. Thank you kindly for last given info. Can't try it until done with big project completion, already late, But will be finished with project before January 12, then I'll be able to CONCENTRATE on fixing this durn problem of corrupt Autochk.exe. Your instructions seem clear enough in comparison to opaque and I am usually successful with slightly to medium opaque.
  8. Number 3 is EXACTLY what I want to know: How do I extract ONLY the Autochk.exe file from there. I already know how to take ownership of the corrupt file and replace it [ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833 ] but I can do THAT If and only if I have a non-corrupted Autochk.exe file. How do I get the uncorrupted one off my brand new Win 7 Pro full installation or Upgrade Disk?
  9. Scannow result from My CBS Log: (it said "some corrupt files could not be fixed") Scroll to RED below please (2 places) What can I do to get hash check valid Autochk.exe file? I have full Win 7 Pro 32 installation disk, but don't know how to get Autochk.exe out of it and onto my HDD 2013-12-31 12:51:21, Info CBS Starting TrustedInstaller initialization. 2013-12-31 12:51:21, Info CBS Loaded Servicing Stack v6.1.7601.17592 with Core: C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7601.17592_none_0b0e4b4025cf4049\c
  10. I've already done that Xilo. Reason I upgraded Windows Vista Business 32 is mostly due to Chkdsk not working, Autochk reported as corrupt, no entry point for DLL and similar. Reported as cannot fix by sfc /scannow So, now I've upgraded to Windows 7 Pro 32 and I do not understand why corrupt files were not replaced. I am loathe to do a full wipe and reformat and then reinstall Win 7 Pro because I'll lose all the current applications softwares I have -- they will all need reinstallation plus the Win 7 will have to go through all upgrades again, best part of a month more work for me plus
  11. -- see lower right of attachment: It keeps popping out of there all over lowere right of pc screen every time you are using WiseCleaner.
  12. Wisecare 365 does not fix it Action Center says disk errors present, suggests reboot, but chkdsk does not run on reboot I have installation disk for Win 7 Pro 32 but want to proceed in manner not requiring total disk wipe, reformat, reinstall which would require reloading all softwares. How to do minimal repair of restoring CHKDSK function??? Currently surviving on fsutil repair set c: 1 I am NOT a MSCE nor anything else like that, mostly biology head, but not a pc dummy Operating system:Windows 7 Professional (32 bit) Service Pack 1 System root: C:\Windows Availa
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