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do i really need all these TCP connections?


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stupid question, but where do i find command prompt?

 

never mind got it.


Edited by jeffcaissie, 25 July 2014 - 10:46 PM.

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while i'm waiting what's a sfc scan?


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it said

windows found corrupt flies and repaired them


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    sfc /scan

 

There is a space between sfc&/scan Copy the above and paste in your search box when you press the start button Lower Left hand. It will take some time to complete the scan. It does it when you restart the PC. Hope im not intrudding just seen you were offline Aura :)


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    sfc /scan

 

There is a space between sfc&/scan Copy the above and paste in your search box when you press the start button Lower Left hand. It will take some time to complete the scan. It does it when you restart the PC. Hope im not intrudding just seen you were offline Aura :)

There's a space between sfc /scannow :laughing: between sfc and forward /    :oops:

It's time for you to be in bed my good friend. I looking out for you :laughing:


Edited by donetao, 26 July 2014 - 12:05 AM.

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it said

windows found corrupt flies and repaired them

That's very good!!


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Haha yes Gary sorry about that. Im headed there now 1:24AM :) Night buddy


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Haha yes Gary sorry about that. Im headed there now 1:24AM :) Night buddy

Good night my good friend. Have a good night.


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all done,thanks that's it for now.i appreciate the help.


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sfc /scan
 
There is a space between sfc&/scan Copy the above and paste in your search box when you press the start button Lower Left hand. It will take some time to complete the scan. It does it when you restart the PC. Hope im not intrudding just seen you were offline Aura :)


No problem, I'm quite busy on the other forums I'm on, I try to stay active here on GTG too but it's not easy due to my position on these other forums.
Also, if the SFC /scannow detected corrupted files and repaired them, a restart is required to apply these changes, no matter what the message says at the end (except if it says "No integrity violation was found", obviously). Under Windows 8, you can easily fix the files that SFC couldn't fix using the DISM command, but you can't under Windows.
jeff, can you go in your Windows Updates Control Panel (Control Panel, Security and Updates, Windows Updates) then click on Search for Updates in the left pane and if any Important Updates are found, install them ?
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