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how to see results of sfc /scannow

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how to see results of sfc /scannow

is there verbose mode to see what is going on
and results
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The SFC saves all of its results to "windows\logs\cbs\cbs.log"

This should display when the scan is started, ended, and all of the files repaired and/or errors encountered.
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