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Windows 101: How to find files on your Windows 10 device
With so many places to save files on your computer, it can sometimes be difficult to locate files when you need them. Use these search tips to find the files you're looking for in a snap. Windows 101: Use Windows key to unlock Search possibilities: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/windows-101-use-windows-key-to-unlock-search-possibilities/tKFg1UEKaLQ Productivity Pro Tip: Find files quickly using Quick access in File Explorer: https://community.windows.com/en-us/stories/quick-access
Troubleshooting Microsoft Office file opening problems
Understanding how to approach file execution errors and troubleshooting for solutions.
SFC scan found corrupt files and has repaired them
hi there: I found a weird issue. This happened since 1903. I don't know if anyone of you has faced it or just me but will show you. It is regards to the sfc scan. When did the scan, the result will state: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. Now, I use the DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth command to fix it. Meaning, to get the sfc scan to say: Windows Resource Protection found no integrity violations. Maybe when I shut down the device and restart the device later or use it the next day and do the sfc /scannow, it will say: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. I think there is a bug in the scan. 1st, when my device does not have issues, it should not say, Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. 2nd, when the results states: Windows Resource Protection found no integrity violations, it should stay that way, unless there are really corrupt files and has been repaired. Can someone let the team know about it?
advance option: Automatic Startup Repair failed
I would like it if the Windows team can create a fix for the issue regards to startup repair failed. I had an issue where my device could not load the welcome screen. I used my USB to enter advance option, then went to the option for startup repair. It tried to repair but couldn't. (startup repair couldn't repair your PC).
Find your past work fast with Windows timeline
Get back to previous activities quickly. Tom Alphin shows how Windows puts your work in a handy timeline.
File Explorer very slow!!
When I open file explorer it scans the C: drive. When I single click a file, it scans the C: drive. If I open or modify a file (change the name) it scans the C: drive. These scans vary from 5 seconds to 20 seconds, EVERY TIME. I searched Windows defrag with the start menu search button, it brings me to optimize drives. When I run the optimizer, it completes the process in 5 seconds... but i see ZERO change in the performance of my laptop. Secondly, video media I have that used to play smoothly, suddenly plays very choppy. If it does or does not have any relation to the above problem. Thank you, Nick
Creating a batch file for Windows Recovery Environment
It's easy to restart your computer to Windows Recovery Environment from a batch file. In order for this to work, you need a batch file saved by using Notepad and running it as an administrator. Here's how: 1. Start Notepad; click Start, type "notepad" (without the quotation marks) and click Notepad in a list of results. 2. Type the following: @echo off reagentc /boottore shutdown -r -t 00 3. On the File menu, click Save. 4. In the navigation pane, click Desktop. 5. In the Save as type drop-down arrow, click All Files. 6. In the File name box, type "Windows Recovery Environment.bat" (without the quotation marks) and click Save. 7. Close Notepad. Now, whenever you need to start Windows Recovery Environment, just right-click Windows Recovery Environment on the desktop and click Run as administrator. You only need to do this if you're experiencing problems with your computer, and you can use tools like System Restore or Start-up Repair while on Windows Recovery Environment.
the sfc /scannow command
hi, I like to know a couple of things. Regards to the sfc /scannow to scan for corrupt system files. I remember in 1703, after using that scan to scan for corrupt system files, it will state: Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. In 1709, it will state: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in the CBS.Log %WinDir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log after the scan. But from 1803 to 2004, it will state: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. Details are included in the CBS.Log %WinDir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log after the scan. I have to use the DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth to restore the operation. Then, use the sfc /scannow command to get it to say: Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. Now the thing is: maybe few days later, when doing the sfc /scannow command, it will state the same message, Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. Details are included in the CBS.Log %WinDir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. How will I know if there are really corrupt files? I mean, there is a bug in that department?
FIRST THING FIRST, BEFORE AN UPDATE
To AVOID ISSUE/s (software) after an Update, specially in Patch Tuesday or The Monthly Update. Run Command Prompt as Administration EXECUTE THE OLD COMMAND/s or SYNTAX -->SFC /SCANNOW (This is to REPAIR/FIX any corrupted/missing files in your system. -->DISM /Online /CleanUp-Image /ScanHealth --> DISM /Online /cleanUp-Image /RestoreHealth **** The DISM command/syntax itself tells what it can do to your system. **** Always KEEP AN EYE on EVERY result of each command/syntax, & if EVERYTHING is fixed. You are READY to UPDATE. I did this to the unit having ISSUE/s (Some update files are missing or have problems. We’ll try to download the update again later) before I made an update. EXPERMENTING AS LONG YOU DONT DELETE/ERASE/RENAME/CHANGE/DISABLED ANYTHING(SYSTEM FILES, COMPONENTS, WINDOWS FILES & SERVICES, THE REGISTRY).
MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 OUTLOOK
Has anyone else had this issue? Several times per week when I attempt to access my emails I can't until I run a repair. I have searched around on the net and have not been able to find a resolution. I have tried resetting my profile and that didn't make any difference.
To repair the corrupted files manually, view details of the System File Checker process to find the corrupted file, and then manually replace the corrupted file with a known good copy of the file. Windows 8.1 or Windows 8
To create a new Outlook Data File, see Create an Outlook Data File. Recover items from the backup (.bak) file. If you can open the original Outlook Data File, you might be able to recover additional items. The Inbox Repair tool creates a backup file with the same name as the original, but with a .bak extension, and saves it in the same folder.
In the Inbox Repair tool, type the path and the file name of your personal folders (.pst) file or click Browse to locate the file by using the Windows file system, and then click Start. Note If you do not know where the.pst file is located, follow the steps in How to locate, move, or back up your.pst file.
Click File > Open. Click the location and folder that contains the corrupted workbook. In the Open dialog box, select the corrupted workbook. Click the arrow next to the Open button, and then click Open and Repair.