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I recently had an issue with my laptop when Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium could no longer complete an anti-rootkit scan successfully. That issue is since resolved; however, in the process of trying to identify the cause, I ran an "sfc /scannow" from an elevated command prompt and it found eight errors that it could not fix. WiseCare had, by default, eliminated the Windows Sample Pictures, a sampleres.dll file, and a desktop.ini file from that folder. I found a source for the photos and copied them back and also found the .dll file and copied it back to the Sample Pictures folder. The sfc errors persist. Obviously WiseCare deleted some registry keys. Can this be fixed? I would like to recommend that WiseCare not take any actions, by default, that cause sfc resource integrity violations. I hope someone has a cure for this issue and that WiseCare will correct this problem with a future release. Thank you and have a great day. Regards, -Phil