So lately I've been having issues with my system 32 folder popping open every time Windows loads. I posted in another forum about this and after a bit I ran an ECP and scanned my files. It found corrupted files. However, the person that's been helping me is talking about doing a system restore and I'd actually like to see if there is a way to avoid doing this. Like maybe finding and replacing the corrupted file.
I did this...findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt...but the log wouldn't go to my desktop.
So instead, I took a screenshot of the log.
I found this fix...
Would it fix my problem? I don't want to try it without asking someone first. Though it looks like my file is "KB3068708", not "KB3022345" (I do have both, though)...
I also read that the "KB3022345" file is something to do with the windows 10 update. If windows 7 doesn't need this to run, can I just get rid of the file instead of fixing/replacing it? I have absolutely zero plans to update to windows 10.
Edited by TangledPuppet, 31 July 2015 - 07:23 PM.