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    Cannot repair message from sfc

    Ran sfc /scannow and got a cannot repair message for CNBJ2530.DPB 3 times.
    1) Is it normal to get multiple messages for a single file with this scan?
    2) It has been suggested to copy this file from a friends system. Is that a good idea?
    3) How can I tell if it was ever repaired after getting those messages?
    4) Any better ideas?

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    Sometimes the command dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth will fix this.

    Run sfc /scannow again after to see if it has fixed it.

    You could also try this if the dism command doesn't fix it on its own.

    http://www.sysnative.com/forums/wind...s-8-8-1-a.html
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    Rerunning sfc gave the same result.
    I could not do the dism because the command options in 8.1 are different from those shown here and in the reference provided.
    I found Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
    at a Microsoft site but it claims no corruption???
    8.1 has dism /online /image and /cleanup-Wim is that the same as DISM /online /clean-Image /RestoreHealth??

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    Are you saying that the SFCFix.exe wouldn't run ?

    I've never seen that /cleanup-Wim before - can you post the full command line.

    These are other Dism commands that go with checking/repairing the image - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/.../hh824869.aspx

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    I simply did dism /? the options are described there.
    I presume wim is windows image.
    I had seen that reference but some like
    cleanup and checkhealth, repairhealth do not occur in the Windows 8.1 definitions for dism. There was NO repair...

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    That seems strange as the article I had linked says those commands do apply to Win 8.1

    Does the /scanhealth command run and if so, what does it report ?
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    There is a full explanation of the DISM commands for W8 here.

    http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials...ndows-8-a.html

    Try Option 1 using the "RestoreHealth" command making sure that you have opened the command window in admin mode and, of course, include all the spaces.

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    Thanks to all, finally got corruption of CNBJ2530 .DPB corrected. Strange tho cuz the error occurred in 2 places with minor variation in the filename but included the CNBJ2530.DPB. Apparently, this is a known problem file. DISM with /CheckHealth returned NO CORRUPTION, with /ScanHealth & RepairHealth found corruption. /CH took no time. /SH took ~30min as did /RH, FWIW.

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    Glad the Dism commands were able to fix it for you and thanks for the update.

    Running sfc /scannow after the /RestoreHealth command usually returns no integrity violations to confirm the job is done.
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