Everytime my system attempts a Windows Update, it fails upon reboot.
Then Repair utility is run during reboot, and it sends an error message back to MS and generates a report that lists several startup environment checks that are 0x0 passed, until the final one a system file check, which fails with a code 0x490.
So sfc /scannow is run and "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations.".
Is there a way of finding out what files were, I'm assuming, replaced by the Repair Utility?
If sfc find files that are corrupt and can't replace them, how can a list of those corrupt files be found and how can the files be replaced manually?
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