SFCFix comes to the rescue when SFC /Scannow cannot repair Windows file corruption

Damn... could have used this last week!

One elegant option to deal with file corruption on a Windows system is to run the SFC /scannow command on the machine running the operating system.

SFC, which stands for System File Checker, scans all protected system files for corruption and attempts to repair it by copying a cached copy of each corrupted file from the system32\dllcache folder.

This works sometimes but not all of the time. For instance, if the cached copy is corrupted as well, then it won't succeed.

A message like "Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them" highlights the issue.

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