Technique 1: Windows 10 Safe Mode:
The principal thing you should attempt is to (re)boot Windows 10 in “Protected Mode” and after that run the sfc/scannow order.
1. Press and hold the [Shift] key on your console.
2. Tap on the begin menu catch.
3. Tap on the power catch.
4. Tap on Restart.
5. Pick Troubleshoot.
6. Pick Advanced alternatives.
7. Pick Startup Settings.
8. Tap on the Restart catch.
9. Pick the Enable Safe Mode alternative (number 4 console key).
10. Sign into Windows.
11. Right-tap on the begin menu catch and pick Command Prompt
12. Type the accompanying order: sfc/scannow
13. Press Enter.
Strategy 2: DISM
1. Open Windows Command Prompt as director.
Three Ways to open Windows Command Prompt as director:
• Press the Windows + X console keys in the meantime and afterward tap on Command Prompt (Admin).
• Right-tap on the begin menu catch and after that tap on Command Prompt (Admin).
• Enter cmd in the Windows look bar or Cortana, at that point right-tap on Command Prompt and pick Run as executive.
2. At the point when the User Account Control (UAC) window shows up, you click Yes.
The Command Prompt window will show up.
3. Type the accompanying order and press Enter:
4. Hold up until the point when the direction is done and after that you can close the Command Prompt window.
5. Restart your PC.
6. Sign into Windows.
7. Right-tap on the begin menu catch and pick Command Prompt
8. Type the accompanying order: sfc/scannow
9. Press Enter.
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