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Maleboe

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sfc did not work but second method has finally allowed windows 7 to boot up. Is there anything else we need to do to make sure everything is okay?
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Good post there from my colleague boyans.

I would run a chkdsk on 7 from cmd prompt with admin rights

chkdsk /f

and then I would run a system file check on 7 again from the cmd prompt.

Reboot and go Windows updates on 7


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