[FIX] SFC /scannow for all windows 10 Insider builds including 14295
sfc /scannow is not working with error - Windows resource Protection could not start the repair service.
Darkz2012 discovered the real reason sfc /scannow does not work in build 14279,
wrpint.dll is missing from the required folders for both x64 & x86(32bit) systems.
If you copy the file wrpint.dll back to the right locations sfc /scannow works.
sfc /scannow is also broken in 14291, 14295
For all windows 10 builds - including 14295 and any new builds in the future - use the following:
As suggested by SAM-R
Try BKUL ALL WINDOWS 10 BUILD VERSION sfc fix script that works for both 32 bit & 64 bit
Instructions: ( Important these commands need to be run as a batch file - scanfix.cmd )
1. Click file explorer, View, tick [/] file name extensions (then close the file explorer window)
2. right-click the desktop and create a new file - call it scanfix.cmd (not scanfix.cmd.txt)
3. right-click & edit scanfix.cmd then copy and paste the commands in black below and save the file
4. right-click scanfix.cmd - run as administrator
5. Check 1 file was copied
6. Right-click start, command prompt (admin) type sfc /scannow (& press enter)
for /f "delims=" %%A in ('dir /ad /b %root%-onecore*') do set "from=%SystemRoot%\WinSxS\%%A"
for /f "delims=" %%A in ('dir /ad /b %root%_*') do set "to=%SystemRoot%\WinSxS\%%A"
takeown /F %to%\* /R /A 1>nul
icacls %to%\*.* /T /grant administrators:F 1>nul
echo F|xcopy /C /R /O /Y %from%\wrpint.dll %to%\wrpint.dll