Rolf Keller wrote:
Michael Joseph Wdowiak Beijer wrote:
Try this first: (...) use-sfc-command-utility
Under any circumstances use CHKDSK first and make sure that the file system is ok. Afterwards use sfc.
If you do it the other way round, sfc might damage the file system even more. This general principle holds for any utility that might make changes on the disk. So, use CHKDSK first, THEN use scf, dism, antivirus or what have you.
After I read Michael's response, I ran an sfc. Nothing happened. I had done it once before with the same effect. The other fix that Michael suggested didn't work because it was for installing/uninstalling a particular program. This seems to be systemwide. The funny thing is that Reginout helped the first few times, but the error persists. Should I run a CHEKDSK?