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</p> <p><title></p> <div id="ez-toc-container" class="ez-toc-v2_0_24_1 counter-hierarchy counter-decimal ez-toc-grey"> <div class="ez-toc-title-container"> <p class="ez-toc-title">Table of Contents</p> <span class="ez-toc-title-toggle"><a class="ez-toc-pull-right ez-toc-btn ez-toc-btn-xs ez-toc-btn-default ez-toc-toggle" style="display: none;"><i class="ez-toc-glyphicon ez-toc-icon-toggle"></i></a></span></div> <nav><ul class="ez-toc-list ez-toc-list-level-1"><ul class="ez-toc-list-level-3"><li class="ez-toc-heading-level-3"><a class="ez-toc-link ez-toc-heading-1" href="#If_Windows_10_is_unstable_try_this_set_of_simple_recovery_steps_-_in_that_order_-_to_finally_try_to_fix_the_situation" title="If Windows 10 is unstable, try this set of simple recovery steps – in that order – to finally try to fix the situation.">If Windows 10 is unstable, try this set of simple recovery steps – in that order – to finally try to fix the situation.</a></li></ul></li><li class="ez-toc-page-1 ez-toc-heading-level-2"><a class="ez-toc-link ez-toc-heading-2" href="#How_do_I_use_Command_Prompt_to_fix_my_computer" title="How do I use Command Prompt to fix my computer?">How do I use Command Prompt to fix my computer?</a></li><li class="ez-toc-page-1 ez-toc-heading-level-2"><a class="ez-toc-link ez-toc-heading-3" href="#How_do_I_fix_the_automatic_repair_loop_in_CMD" title="How do I fix the automatic repair loop in CMD?">How do I fix the automatic repair loop in CMD?</a></li><li class="ez-toc-page-1 ez-toc-heading-level-2"><a class="ez-toc-link ez-toc-heading-4" href="#Step_1_Use_DISM_And_SFC_To_Restore_Your_System" title="Step 1: Use DISM And SFC To Restore Your System">Step 1: Use DISM And SFC To Restore Your System</a></li><li class="ez-toc-page-1 ez-toc-heading-level-2"><a class="ez-toc-link ez-toc-heading-5" href="#How_do_I_fix_my_computer_sidebar" title="How do I fix my computer sidebar?">How do I fix my computer sidebar?</a></li><li class="ez-toc-page-1 ez-toc-heading-level-2"><a class="ez-toc-link ez-toc-heading-6" href="#How_do_I_run_a_repair_on_Windows_10" title="How do I run a repair on Windows 10?">How do I run a repair on Windows 10?</a></li></ul></nav></div> <h3 itemprop="description"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="If_Windows_10_is_unstable_try_this_set_of_simple_recovery_steps_-_in_that_order_-_to_finally_try_to_fix_the_situation"></span>If Windows 10 is unstable, try this set of simple recovery steps – in that order – to finally try to fix the situation.<span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h3> </section> <p>


</p> </section> </div> <p><title></p> <div> <caption>Table</capt>ion></p> <p></p> <div style="box-shadow: rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.3) 0px 1px 2px 0px, rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.15) 0px 1px 3px 1px;padding:20px 10px 20px 10px;"> <p><h2 id="2"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="How_do_I_use_Command_Prompt_to_fix_my_computer"></span>How do I use Command Prompt to fix my computer?<span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h2> <p>Click Startup Repair.<br /> Click System Restore.<br /> Choose your username.<br /> Enter password.<br /> Type “cmd” into the main search field.<br /> Right-click <a href="">Command Side</a> Prompt and select “Run as administrator”.<br /> Type sfc /scannow at the command prompt and press Enter. </p> </div> <p>Show more</p> </div> <div itemprop="itemBody"> <p>Sometimes Windows 10 behaves so badly that it needs to be repaired. This often takes your current form of performance or stability degradation, and can be caused by corrupted, lost, or corrupted Windows system files, usually found in the <code>C:\Windows</code folder hierarchy. >. When this happens, users are strongly encouraged to openly open the following procedure to help people correct the situation.</p> <p><iframe style="margin-top:20px; margin-bottom:20px; display: block; margin: 0 auto;" width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p>I first wrote this story in form in 2016. But Windows 10 has evolved over time, some steps may have changed a bit. I recently got the latest builds of Windows 10. However, any of these approaches will also work with Windows 7 and 8 (with minor variations), and the note here applies in much the same way to Windows 11, which Microsoft is slowly rolling out. introduced Windows 10 users whose hardware can support the new operating system through Windows Update from October 2021 to the first of 2022. The idea is to first try the first step followed byspruce. If what’s broken won’t be fixed, move on to the next step. Follow the steps to the end and you and your family will solve the vast majority of problems. (The only remaining step at this point should be to replace the system the software is running on, and even that is out of the scope of this story.)</p> <p></p> <div style="box-shadow: rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.3) 0px 1px 2px 0px, rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.15) 0px 1px 3px 1px;padding:20px 10px 20px 10px;"> <p><h2 id="3"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="How_do_I_fix_the_automatic_repair_loop_in_CMD"></span>How do I fix the automatic repair loop in CMD?<span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h2> <p>From the Troubleshoot Racing list, select Advanced Options. Select “Command Prompt” in “Advanced Options”. In the command prompt window, type “chkdsk /r c:” and press Enter. This command uses the CHKDSK utility to check for disk errors and fix them automatically as soon as possible. </p> </div> <p>The time and effort required for each step gradually increases. Some steps require additional work so that you can more or less restore your personal computer to the previous state it was in before this step. Therefore, the most urgent advice I can give to those who dare to go beyond step 1 is this: create a full backup of your system in order to really provide the source of the files, as well as information that might otherwise go unnoticed. Ignore this advice at your own risk.</p> <h2 id="10"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="Step_1_Use_DISM_And_SFC_To_Restore_Your_System"></span>Step 1: Use DISM And SFC To Restore Your System<span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h2> <p><img src="" style="margin-top:20px; margin-bottom:20px; display: block; margin: 0 auto;"></p> <p>Since I have the original compiled version of this story, I took direct advice from Microsoft. so far lolThe best way to run DISM is with the System File Checker, also known as SFC. So I’m changing the actual order of events for this solution. I’ll echo Microsoft and say, “Always run DISM first, then run SFC successfully, not the other way around.” </p> <p>DISM is a Deployment Image Servicing and Management Tool, a new Swiss Army professional tool for offline and online layered imaging Windows operating systems. DISM can often fix what Can sfc can detect, but can never fix itself. DISM supports a number of features with switch settings as well as mapping, but the basic syntax for manually restoring system files is relatively simple (although it often takes several passes before you can access it to fix it).</p> <aside id= ""> </aside> <p>You need to run DISM in a nice admin window: Command Prompt (also press our Windows+X hotkey, select Prompt (Admin) commands in most context menus) or awesome PowerShell. or admin sessionstringing the Windows terminal. Here is an example syntax (see the full TechNet DISM Technical Reference for details): </p> <p><code>dism /online /cleanup-image /checkhealth</code></p> <p> < aside id=" "> </aside> <p>In most cases, when this command is run, the source will find nothing wrong, as shown in Figure 1:</p> <p><img> <small> IDG </klein></p> <figure caption> </p> <div style="box-shadow: rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.3) 0px 1px 2px 0px, rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.15) 0px 1px 3px 1px;padding:20px 10px 20px 10px;"> <p><h2 id="1"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="How_do_I_fix_my_computer_sidebar"></span>How do I fix my computer sidebar?<span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h2> <p>Press Alt or F10 to bring it up. From the menu bar select View Panel-Layout-Folders No menu bar? Press Alt or F10 to bring it up. He didn’t come back from my pageok menu to take care of my screen. </p> </div> <p>Fig. 1. DISM can verify the integrity of many Windows images. It is reported here that many of them are on a work PC.</p> </figcaption> <p>The <code>/checkhealth</code> command simply checks the procedure (which is the image that <code>/online</code> dictates everything) to see if the program can detect any corruption or corruption. Since only hashes and signatures are verified, this command takes less than a minute on most web servers. Without a doubt, the advantage of <code>/checkhealth</code> is that it not only tells your business when damage is discovered, but that the damage can be corrected, if not irreversible. If this is fixable, you can try the <code>/restorehealth</code> variant (discussed in the following sections); If this cannot be corrected, go to step 2.</p> <p><img src="" style="margin-top:20px; margin-bottom:20px; width: 50%; height: auto; display: block; margin: 0 auto;"></p> <p>If the reportsdism file states that component store corruption has been detected and needs to be repaired, you should attempt to repair the . This syntax is: </p> <p><code>dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth</code></p> <aside id=""> </aside> <p>Even if failures were detected the previous step, this Key Fact command should succeed. It modifies corrupted or questionable items in this Windows Side-by-Side (WinSxS) store and reads them directly from a local copy of the Windows image file.</p> <p>The <code>/restorehealth </code> command can be tricky to use. Since it can indeed restore a Windows image, it needs a good source from which to attempt such a restore. You can omit the <code>/source</code> parameter, but if you do, the command will try to get its files from the Internet via Windows Update. This may or may not work, regardless of the firewall settings on your network.</p> <p></p> <div style="box-shadow: rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.3) 0px 1px 2px 0px, rgba(60, 64, 67, 0.15) 0px 1px 3px 1px;padding:20px 10px 20px 10px;"> <p><h2 id="4"><span class="ez-toc-section" id="How_do_I_run_a_repair_on_Windows_10"></span>How do I run a repair on Windows 10?<span class="ez-toc-section-end"></span></h2> <p>Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot, or click the “Find a troubleshooter” link at the bottom of this section.<br /> Select the type of troubleshooting you want to do, then purchase the troubleshooter. </p> </div> <p>It’s safer to rely on DISM in a known trusted source of Windows image components only on the closest machine (or nearest machine). computer) to link to the network). It can be graphicWindows file (<code>.wim</code>) or compressed Windows image (<code>.esd</code>) for downloading software electronically from Windows configurations. file extension is for communication). You can also copy the <code>WinSXS</code> folder (usually the path to the <code>C:\Windows\WinSXS</code> directory) from another PC with identical content or hardware that has <code>dism . .. /checkhealth</code> gives you a clean health score.</p> <p>The image file syntax is as interesting as it gets. 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