"sfc /scannow"

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by marcos.fdz, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. marcos.fdz

    marcos.fdz Guest

    Hi there! I hope you can help me a little.

    I'm using Vista Ultimate.
    You can suppose that if I'm writing here it's because I'm finding some
    problems (and I'm unable to solve them by myself).

    I'm quite sure that I don't have malware on my computer. It's usually
    not connected to internet.
    I think I have some kind of system files & registry corruption.

    "Chkdsk" says the filesystem is ok.
    Next step would be running "sfc" (sfc /scannow). But it refuses to
    start.
    The message is: "Windows Resource Protection could not perform the
    requested operation."
    I already tried it starting in "safe mode".


    I tried also to install "Service Pack 1" but it I couldn't.

    What can I do now?
     
    marcos.fdz, Mar 13, 2008
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  2. marcos.fdz

    Mark Guest

    Did you run this from an elevated command prompt?
     
    Mark, Mar 13, 2008
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  3. marcos.fdz

    marcos.fdz Guest

    Thanks for your help.

    Of course I did.
    If I wouldn't do it, I would obtain the message:
    "You must be an administrator running a console session in order touse
    the sfc utility."

    I already tried the command booting on "safe mode".

    Any more ideas?
     
    marcos.fdz, Mar 13, 2008
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  4. marcos.fdz

    Mark Guest

    My apologies, I wasn't trying to condemn. Lots of people miss this one
    little tidbit and it was not part of your post.

    Maybe you could answer my sfc.exe problem while I continue to look about...
    I run sfc /scannow (from an elevated prompt) and when it is done, it
    states that it found corrupted files that it was unable to repair.
    When I then look at the cbs.log using: findstr c:"[SR]"
    %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >sfcdetails.txt, there are no errors in the log
    file.

    What corrupt files can it not fix?

    Okay, back to your problem...
    You've already done some of this. I'm just outlining the path of options:

    1. From an elevated prompt, run the command: CHKDSK /F /R
    You will be told the drive cannot be locked, would you like to perform
    this on the next boot. Say yes.
    This schedules chkdsk to run during the next boot before any other
    windows operations lock up portions.
    2. Have you tried the command prompt available from the Installation DVD
    repair area?
    This would skip loading your current system and give you a bit more
    direct access. Note: Others with this problem have also run into your
    message here.
    3. Perform a system repair while you are on the DVD.
    4. If sfc /scannow continues to falter, you can perform an inplace Vista
    "upgrade" which would rewrite original files over existing ones and then see
    if sfc works. (This will require you to re-install all updates, but don't do
    this during the install.)




    Thanks for your help.

    Of course I did.
    If I wouldn't do it, I would obtain the message:
    "You must be an administrator running a console session in order touse
    the sfc utility."

    I already tried the command booting on "safe mode".

    Any more ideas?
     
    Mark, Mar 13, 2008
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  5. Hi Mark,
    I used sfc.exe a lot recently when troubleshooting a crasy bug. I have never
    seen an example where sfc does not say it found a bad file but could not
    repair. And then when you do some searches in the log file you cannot find
    one occurence of the words Microsoft documentation recommands to look at ie:
    repair, could not repair, etc....
    I have seen several posts on the subject here, including from guys who
    installed Vista SP1, MS did not solve that one yet.
    Cheers,
     
    André Landreau, Mar 13, 2008
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  6. marcos.fdz

    Bob Guest

    It does not repair ALL files in Vista.

    The sfc /scannow command scans all protected system files and replaces
    incorrect versions with correct Microsoft versions.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833


     
    Bob, Mar 13, 2008
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  7. marcos.fdz

    marcos.fdz Guest

    Thanks everybody for your help and comments.

    In can tell more detais about this case:
    -sfc doesn't even start scanning. I tried it on safe mode and also
    booting from the Vista DVD (inside Windows Rescue Environment).
    -The computer is stable. It can be used for the everyday tasks without
    halting or showing errors.
    -There's one difference from complete functioning: it refuses to
    install some new programs. It's possible to install some of them but
    not other. It's not possible to install Service Pack 1.
    -I'm not sure but the failure can come from being shut down while
    updating (after logging off and while showing the message "Don't turn
    off the computer. Your computer is being updated").
    -It's able to update some components from Windows Update, but other
    ones fail every time.


    I hope there's a better alternative than reinstalling completely the
    operating system.
     
    marcos.fdz, Mar 13, 2008
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  8. marcos.fdz

    Mark Guest

    Thanks for the feedback. Never thought is was a major issue, but it seemed a
    bit odd.

     
    Mark, Mar 13, 2008
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  9. marcos.fdz

    Mark Guest

    Regarding SP1 installation:
    It will fail until all the required updates are installed first. So, the
    major issue is getting all your updates installed.
    Each failure is logged in the update history with specific error messages
    which can be viewed by selecting the update.
    A search for those error messages at MS may prove fruitful.

    Additionally, you could clear the update log and force a reinstall of all
    updates. (Better than a full re-install.)
    Turn off the auto-update and install each manually in order. Clear any
    problems before moving to the next.


    Thanks everybody for your help and comments.

    In can tell more detais about this case:
    -sfc doesn't even start scanning. I tried it on safe mode and also
    booting from the Vista DVD (inside Windows Rescue Environment).
    -The computer is stable. It can be used for the everyday tasks without
    halting or showing errors.
    -There's one difference from complete functioning: it refuses to
    install some new programs. It's possible to install some of them but
    not other. It's not possible to install Service Pack 1.
    -I'm not sure but the failure can come from being shut down while
    updating (after logging off and while showing the message "Don't turn
    off the computer. Your computer is being updated").
    -It's able to update some components from Windows Update, but other
    ones fail every time.


    I hope there's a better alternative than reinstalling completely the
    operating system.
     
    Mark, Mar 13, 2008
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  10. marcos.fdz

    MrGW77 Guest

    The "problem" you're having is because you're not elevating the command
    to Administrator level. To do this, start ALL PROGRAMS-ACCESSORIES-then
    right-click command prompt and choose RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR. This will
    open an elevatede command prompt where3 you type SFC /scannow (EXACTLY
    as I've shown you) then just let it run and only touch the keyboard if
    input is requested of you. It may (should) take only about 10 or 15
    miniutes; if it takes more time then just let it go, when finished
    you'll have a brand new startup (system install)
     
    MrGW77, Mar 13, 2008
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  11. Hello,
    Rename the cbs.log file to cbs.old ( this will help reduce the size)
    c:\windows\logs\cbs\cbs.log
    Run sfc /scannow again
    Send me the cbs.log file after it completes ( zip it up if you can)
    [email protected] Microsoft.com
    Remove the online before sending.
    Thanks,
    Darrell Gorter[MSFT]

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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    |> From:
    |> Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windows.vista.performance_maintenance
    |> Subject: Re: "sfc /scannow"
    |> Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 08:23:55 -0700 (PDT)
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    |> Thanks everybody for your help and comments.
    |> In can tell more detais about this case:
    |> -sfc doesn't even start scanning. I tried it on safe mode and also
    |> booting from the Vista DVD (inside Windows Rescue Environment).
    |> -The computer is stable. It can be used for the everyday tasks without
    |> halting or showing errors.
    |> -There's one difference from complete functioning: it refuses to
    |> install some new programs. It's possible to install some of them but
    |> not other. It's not possible to install Service Pack 1.
    |> -I'm not sure but the failure can come from being shut down while
    |> updating (after logging off and while showing the message "Don't turn
    |> off the computer. Your computer is being updated").
    |> -It's able to update some components from Windows Update, but other
    |> ones fail every time.
    |> I hope there's a better alternative than reinstalling completely the
    |> operating system.
    |> On Mar 13, 1:52 am, wrote:
    |> > Thanks for your help.
    |> >
    |> > Of course I did.
    |> > If I wouldn't do it, I would obtain the message:
    |> > "You must be an administrator running a console session in order touse
    |> > the sfc utility."
    |> >
    |> > I already tried the command booting on "safe mode".
    |> >
    |> > Any more ideas?
    |> >
    |> >
    |> > > Did you run this from an elevated command prompt?
    |> >
    |> >
    |> >
    |> > > > Hi there! I hope you can help me a little.
    |> >
    |> > > > I'm using Vista Ultimate.
    |> > > > You can suppose that if I'm writing here it's because I'm finding
    some> > > problems (and I'm unable to solve them by myself).
    |> >
    |> > > > I'm quite sure that I don't have malware on my computer. It's
    usually
    |> > > > not connected to internet.
    |> > > > I think I have some kind of system files & registry corruption.
    |> >
    |> > > > "Chkdsk" says the filesystem is ok.
    |> > > > Next step would be running "sfc" (sfc /scannow). But it refuses to
    |> > > > start.
    |> > > > The message is: "Windows Resource Protection could not perform the
    |> > > > requested operation."
    |> > > > I already tried it starting in "safe mode".
    |> >
    |> > > > I tried also to install "Service Pack 1" but it I couldn't.
    |> >
    |> > > > What can I do now?
    |>
     
    Darrell Gorter[MSFT], Mar 13, 2008
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  12. marcos.fdz

    andy.mutz Guest

    I've got the same problem using Vista Ultimate. sfc /scannow won't
    run from Administrator prompt even in safe mode. Same error. Any
    insights on how this resolves would be appreciated. I already ran
    chkdsk and got it to work (no file problems found) but sfc /scannow
    doesn't get far enough to even log anything....
     
    andy.mutz, Mar 21, 2008
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  13. marcos.fdz

    corypopkey Guest

    Same here. Additionally when I elevate cmd.exe instead of going to c:
    \windows\system32> as the prompt it goes to c:\windows\system>.
    It runs through about 6% then err's with WRP statement mentioned at
    the top of the thread. Although on my end it might have something to
    do with the fact that my machine was assigned a new SID through means
    of unknown origin. i think i'll be able to reverse that but... I've
    had that problem on ultimate multiple times and re-installing and/or
    wiping the drive seem to be the only things that have got me up and
    going again. Good luck!
     
    corypopkey, Mar 30, 2008
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  14. marcos.fdz

    MrGW77 Guest

    I think you people are creating many more problems for yourselves tha
    you are correcting. Instead of simply jumping in with these "hig
    octane" "solutions" wouldn't it be MUCH easier to simply THINK about th
    situation? The best thing for you to do would be to do a "backstep" to
    time before you began implementing these wonderful solutions. To d
    this, just press F8 as the computer is booting. Having done so, you'l
    be offered choices; the choice you need to take is to continue bootin
    from the time when your computer worked well. This will eliminmate al
    of the "repairs" you have attempted. Now, you will have a clea
    enviroment from which to proceed. Your "programs, work, and etc..." wil
    still be there. Now you NEED to do COMPLETE maintenence; VIRUS scan
    DEFRAG, UPDATE. After which you NEED to UNINSTALL any of the "free
    programs which have been so generously provided via the internet. AFTE
    that stuff has been done you need to do COMPLETE maintenence AGAIN. Thi
    stuff is going to take time and effort! There is no "easy or quick" wa
    to solve your problems. THINK about it
     
    MrGW77, Mar 30, 2008
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  15. marcos.fdz

    Bob Guest

    Thanks for your very helpful post....NOT.
     
    Bob, Mar 31, 2008
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  16. marcos.fdz

    f/fgeorge Guest

    Your not liking the solution does not mean it is not the right one!
    Do you do a backup of your pc? If so juts roll it back to a time
    before you were having problems. You DID keep one of those right?! If
    not invest in a backup solution and USE IT!!!! BEFORE you make changes
    to your pc make a backup!!!! ALWAYS keep one from a time when your pc
    was in the 'sweet zone', when it was running just as you like it, no
    matter the OS. That way you can alwasy go back to there and start
    over!!
     
    f/fgeorge, Mar 31, 2008
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  17. marcos.fdz

    MrGW77 Guest

    Reading the previous post brought to mind something else. In the cas
    where you do not have a previous backup (A good one). You should stil
    be able to "roll back" to the time you first installed windows. I forge
    exactly how it was done; I had to do it once with XP because I had
    foolishly, installed a "helpful" utility. Windows will always keep
    copy of the original install to use for reference. This command had t
    be carried-out in DOS and it involved searching through the C:
    directory. The file is one of the hidden files so you need to first tel
    the computer to display all files. I don't have the time at the momen
    but this is very worth investigating if you need to. There are site
    where information like this and many other useful things are discussed
    just do a google search for them looking for "techie" site
     
    MrGW77, Mar 31, 2008
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  18. Hello,
    Do you have SP1 installed?
    With some file corruptions in the OS, SFC would fail like the error message
    you are reporting.
    Particularly when there was manifest corruption.
    The following tool attempts to fix manifest corruption
    947821 Description of the CheckSUR update for Windows Vista and for Windows
    Vista for x64-based systems
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;947821

    After you get SP1 on the system, SFC is more tolerant of corrupted files
    that could cause the issue and continues on.


    Thanks,
    Darrell Gorter[MSFT]

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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    |> Subject: Re: "sfc /scannow"
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    |> On Mar 21, 2:34 pm, wrote:
    |> > On Mar 13, 1:09 pm, ("Darrell
    |> >
    |> >
    |> >
    |> >
    |> >
    |> > Gorter[MSFT]") wrote:
    |> > > Hello,
    |> > > Rename the cbs.log file to cbs.old ( this will help reduce the size)
    |> > > c:\windows\logs\cbs\cbs.log
    |> > > Run sfc /scannow again
    |> > > Send me the cbs.log file after it completes ( zip it up if you can)
    |> > > [email protected] Microsoft.com
    |> > > Remove the online before sending.
    |> > > Thanks,
    |> > > Darrell Gorter[MSFT]
    |> >
    |> > > This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
    rights
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    |> > > |> Subject: Re: "sfc /scannow"
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    |> > > |>
    |> > > |> Thanks everybody for your help and comments.
    |> > > |> In can tell more detais about this case:
    |> > > |> -sfc doesn't even start scanning. I tried it on safe mode and also
    |> > > |> booting from the Vista DVD (inside Windows Rescue Environment).
    |> > > |> -The computer is stable. It can be used for the everyday tasks
    without
    |> > > |> halting or showing errors.
    |> > > |> -There's one difference from complete functioning: it refuses to
    |> > > |> install some new programs. It's possible to install some of them
    but
    |> > > |> not other. It's not possible to install Service Pack 1.
    |> > > |> -I'm not sure but the failure can come from being shut down while
    |> > > |> updating (after logging off and while showing the message "Don't
    turn> > |> off the computer. Your computer is being updated").
    |> > > |> -It's able to update some components from Windows Update, but
    other
    |> > > |> ones fail every time.
    |> > > |> I hope there's a better alternative than reinstalling completely
    the
    |> > > |> operating system.
    |> > > |> On Mar 13, 1:52 am, wrote:
    |> > > |> > Thanks for your help.
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > Of course I did.
    |> > > |> > If I wouldn't do it, I would obtain the message:
    |> > > |> > "You must be an administrator running a console session in
    order touse
    |> > > |> > the sfc utility."
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > I already tried the command booting on "safe mode".
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > Any more ideas?
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > On Mar 13, 1:38 am, "Mark" <>
    wrote:
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > > Did you run this from an elevated command prompt?
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |>|> >
    |> > > |> > > > Hi there! I hope you can help me a little.
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > > > I'm using Vista Ultimate.
    |> > > |> > > > You can suppose that if I'm writing here it's because I'm
    finding
    |> > > some> > > problems (and I'm unable to solve them by myself).
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > > > I'm quite sure that I don't have malware on my computer.
    It's
    |> > > usually
    |> > > |> > > > not connected to internet.
    |> > > |> > > > I think I have some kind of system files & registry
    corruption.> > |> >
    |> > > |> > > > "Chkdsk" says the filesystem is ok.
    |> > > |> > > > Next step would be running "sfc" (sfc /scannow). But it
    refuses to
    |> > > |> > > > start.
    |> > > |> > > > The message is: "Windows Resource Protection could not
    perform the
    |> > > |> > > > requested operation."
    |> > > |> > > > I already tried it starting in "safe mode".
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > > > I tried also to install "Service Pack 1" but it I couldn't.
    |> > > |> >
    |> > > |> > > > What can I do now?
    |> > > |>
    |> >
    |> > I've got the same problem using Vista Ultimate.  sfc /scannow won't
    |> > run from Administrator prompt even in safe mode.  Same error.  Any
    |> > insights on how this resolves would be appreciated.  I already ran
    |> > chkdsk and got it to work (no file problems found) but sfc /scannow
    |> > doesn't get far enough to even log anything....- Hide quoted text -
    |> >
    |> > - Show quoted text -
    |> Same here. Additionally when I elevate cmd.exe instead of going to c:
    |> \windows\system32> as the prompt it goes to c:\windows\system>.
    |> It runs through about 6% then err's with WRP statement mentioned at
    |> the top of the thread. Although on my end it might have something to
    |> do with the fact that my machine was assigned a new SID through means
    |> of unknown origin. i think i'll be able to reverse that but... I've
    |> had that problem on ultimate multiple times and re-installing and/or
    |> wiping the drive seem to be the only things that have got me up and
    |> going again. Good luck!
    |>
     
    Darrell Gorter[MSFT], Apr 1, 2008
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  19. marcos.fdz

    horiageorg Guest


    "SFC /scannow" gives the following message when verification is 19%
    complete: "Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested
    operation".
     
    horiageorg, Jan 2, 2009
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  20. marcos.fdz

    flipynifty Guest

    I have the same issues are listed on the above notes in the thread.
    I'll detail what is happening on my laptop and hopefully someone ca
    give some insight

    I ran sfc /SCANNOW in cmd with elevated rights (run as administrator
    I got the error "Windows REsource Protection could not perform th
    requested operation

    I ran chkdsk /r /f (on reboot of course

    I ran the sfc /SCANNOW again, this time it ran to 100% of th
    verification process, then came up with the Windows Resourc
    Protection.. error message

    CBS log is as follows (I ommited all but the errors)

    ::pOQ 66 ends.:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:38, Info CSI 00000169 [SR
    Repair complete:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:39, Info CSI 0000016a [SR
    Committing transaction:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:39, Info CSI 0000016b Creatin
    NT transaction (seq 1), objectname [6]\"(null)\":
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:39, Info CSI 0000016c Created N
    transaction (seq 1) result 0x00000000, handle @0xf5c:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:39, Error CSI 0000016d (F
    STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER #3167866# fro
    Windows::Rtl::SystemImplementation::CDirectory_IRtlDirectoryTearoff::SetAttributes(Attribute
    = 2064 (0x00000810))[gle=0xd000000d]:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:39, Error CSI
    ::'::[email protected]/1/7:20:45:39.336::
    ([email protected]/1/7:20:45:39.336):: (F) d:\rtm\base\wcp\sil\silp.h(5014)
    Error STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER originated in functio
    Windows::Rtl::SystemImplementation::CDirectory_IRtlDirectoryTearoff::SetAttribute
    expression: Valid flags check failed: Attributes:
    ::[gle=0x80004005]:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:45, Error CSI 0000016f (F
    STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER #3167681# fro
    RtlRunPrimitiveOperationsFromCallbacksAgainstSil(...)[gle=0xd000000d]:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:45, Error CSI 00000170 (F
    STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER #3167667# fro
    ApplyTransactionPOQsToSil(...)[gle=0xd000000d]:
    ::2009-01-07 13:45:45, Error CSI
    ::'::[email protected]/1/7:20:45:45.742::
    ([email protected]/1/7:20:45:45.742):: (F
    d:\rtm\base\wcp\componentstore\com\store_transaction.cpp(1121): Erro
    STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER originated in functio
    ApplyTransactionPOQsToSil expression: (null):
    ::[gle=0x80004005]:

    Now reading that log i see an invalid paramete
    d:\rtm\base\wcp\sil\silp.h, i checked drive
    and there were no such folder or sudirectories listed. D: itself i
    more of a small document repository

    My next step may be to hope that Ace
    preinstalled the recovery stuff so I can try that at bootup (i don'
    have a Vista disk)

    WIth reading above, anything t
    suggest
     
    flipynifty, Jan 7, 2009
    #20
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