Missing or corrupted system files may induce Windows 10 boot failure, system crashes, and Windows 10 slow to boot. Don't be frightened by the corrupted system files. You can effortlessly check and restore your missing or damaged system files using the Windows System File Checker Tool.


Kindly follow the below-mentioned measures:


Step 1. Go to "Start" and type cmd.

Step 2. As the Command Prompt is listed, right-click over it and select the "Run as administrator" option".

Step 3. If you use Windows 10, you should first run DISM.exe to make a Windows image to protect your data: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth.

Step 4. When the DISM command has been executed, type sfc /scannow to start scanning and repairing your system files.



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