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    sfc /scannow repair log

    I have run sfc several times over the last week or so.I always get the same results.In the first part of the log it says it can't repair the problem.At the end of the log it says it DID repair the problem.If I run the scan again I get new report saying the same thing for the same file(at least it all looks the same to me).I ran this command previouly on 3/6/15 and there were no errors.I have no idea what to do from here.I will attach today's file checker report.
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    Does a chkdsk /f also find errors ?

    The errors in sfc relate to a recent Windows Update which replaced KB3022345 which was causing sfc to incorrectly report errors.

    Go to Installed Updates and in the top right search box enter KB3022345.

    If it finds it, right click on it and select Uninstall then go back to Installed Updates and do the same for KB3068708 then redo the sfc /scannow to see what it reports then.

    I don't think KB3022345 will be re-offered but KB3068708 will probably be as it's one of those updates that is supposed to facilitate ease of upgrade to Win 10.

    You could also try running Disk Cleanup as an admin to get rid of any obsolete updates prior to uninstalling any and then redo sfc to see if the error reports return.

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    I did the Disk Cleanup-it didn't help.
    chkdsk /f found no errors what is the "f" option?
    I uninstalled both updates;restarted the computer and ran SFC again-it found no errors.
    I went back to Windows update and there were 3 updates to install(KB3022345 was no longer listed).Installed the 3 updates which included KB3068708.
    Ran SFC again-the errors are back and still still point to KB3069708.

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    Download and run the following utility from Sysnative ("satrow" is a member there also)...

    http://www.sysnative.com/niemiro/apps/SFCFix.exe

    Run SFC again.

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    jwoods-that fixed it.Ran sfc twice-both times clean.
    Thank you both for taking the time to help me.

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    This article gives more info on chkdsk https://www.microsoft.com/resources/....mspx?mfr=true but the three normally used in Win 7 are chkdsk without any switches which is a read-only mode, chkdsk /f which checks for and repairs any file corruption and chkdsk /r which checks for and deals with any bad sectors on the HDD as well as repairing any file corruption.

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    Thank you for the replay and the link.Lots of good info there.

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