Check Sfc /Scannow on Windows 10 Enterprise. Scan OK. How to save Source ?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Alberto_C, Nov 12, 2015.

  1. Alberto_C

    Alberto_C MDL Junior Member

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    Hi !

    I have repaired my system files damages of Windows 10 Enterprise build 10240 a few days ago. I make that with DISM command and, at some point in the proceedings, it was impossible to find online source (Cmd command (admin) = Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth)

    I fix it with the genuine Iso (build 10240), a virtual disk and ... above all the help of a member of this amazing Forum !

    Now, when I check with Sfc /scannow the scan is OK !

    Do someone think that's possible to save healthy source in case of further problem ?

    Do someone know how to make that ?

    I says that because of update on build 10586 I think source change, and It's really annoying to have every time the correct version of Iso necessary to repair the system files with a local source ...
     
  2. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Addicted

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    Windows makes a backup files itself. You may do it also, but you do not really ever need it.
    The wiser is to do a clean installation, if Windows is so bad, that sfc and Dism cannot repair.
     
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  3. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    sfc repairs will re-appear after saving your windows, when reinstalled the error will be there. At the moment only 10 x64 win versions have 2 errors with syswow64, sfc repairs it during scan.

    Saving the windows install (if you want to try it):
    Enter audit mode, sysprep windows, boot from winpe source and capture the installed window.

    Or make a system backup.
     
  4. Alberto_C

    Alberto_C MDL Junior Member

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    Hi kaljukas !

    I agree.
    Easiest is what you say. no doubt !
    But ... There is no way to do what I ask ?
     
  5. Alberto_C

    Alberto_C MDL Junior Member

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    Hi Enthousiast !
    Thank you very much