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windows resource protection found corrupt files but unable to fix

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#1 salraf


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Posted 22 January 2016 - 01:19 PM

Hi there,
First time here. I have a lenovo z575 and am running win7 pro. Everything seems to run fine and computer has bitdefender, zemana, malwarebytes running usually with no issues except that occasionally the computer will freeze for 1-2 minutes a few times a day.
Recently I discovered that updates were not happening. Last update for win7 seems to be last July. I clicked on check for updates and then the message checking for updates appears and lasts over 1-3 hours. Once there was a message with code that update could not happen and code 8024a006.
Well when researching that code I came across suggestions to run checkdisk/r which was fine and also to run sfc/scannow.
sfc/scannow yields the message about corrupt files unable to fix.
Doing research on this came across suggestions in cmd mode to use : dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth.
I have tried this and error message 87 pops up saying that the command is not recognized. When I replace restorehealth with scanhealth the command works.
My brother suggested I run hijack this which I have attached. thanks

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 22 January 2016 - 07:11 PM

First of all - welcome to BC !


Your Hijack this log appears not to have got attached. However logs of this sort are not to be posted in this section of BC so if you have such a log and it suggests there may be problems then I advise you to start another topic in the 'Virus, trojan, etc. logs' Section of BC.


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