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  1. admin
    December 15, 2012

    A sfcenable.reg file is here – http://www.pc-freak.nt/files/sfcenable_windows_registry_file.zip

    Alternative way to enable sfc is to simply run sfcenable.reg file and restart

    • hip0
      December 20, 2012

      The same computer happened to have a small problem with hardware too. I removed memory from memory slot and reattached, because computer was sometimes booting and sometimes not. After it was booting every time. Eventually I re-installed the Windows, just few days later, because it was too slowly working for a normal use. (the machine is old), but it seems some kind of badware was again crawling, so I was tired of trying to work it around thus re-installed.

  2. Vikram
    August 26, 2014

    Hi, I have been fixing people's computers before I came into web development business. My way of approach was to just reformat the computer with a windows installation disk and run a boot time scan on other drives in most cases. If I knew a particar cure for a problem that I would have used that. Reformating is the best if the machine it fast enough it only takes an hour or so.

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