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Which files in this cbslog extract are files that can not be repaired

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I would like to know how to clear the log so that I can run sfc again from scratch. But if it is possible which are the files that can not be repaired for which I have to manually replace them.  sfcdetails.txt
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by:nobus
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you can look for the [SR] entries in the log :  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928228
then search for "repairing" this will show all the repairs done successfully
"cannot repair" will show problem files
i hope this helps?
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by:sorush
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That is exactly what I have done, There seems to be three files, wcncsvc.mof, ieproxy.dll, xpsPrint.dll. Would you say those are correct? How can I clear the CBS log, its about 13MB. I have read the kb article which was very useful.
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by:nobus
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for cleaing it, why not copy it elsewhere - if you want it later; or delete it?
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by:sorush
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I just wanted to know if there are any programs out there to view this log easily.
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another method : run this from an elevated command to show the files it repaired, and could not repair

 findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt
 
from :  http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-debugging/55984-how-analyse-cbs-log.html
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by:sorush
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I would rather find out if there are any programs out there that would allow easy viewing of the log. Something like event viewer.
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by:nobus
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i found none - that's why i posted obove methods
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by:sorush
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How about these files, sfc was producing the cbs log and in that log, after following the instructions for the extraction of sfc data shows wcncsvc.mof, ieproxy.dll, xpsPrint.dll, files to have not been able to be replaced.
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wcncsvc.mof looks like a wifi component, try reinstalling, or updating the driver :  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2387530
 ieproxy.dll refers to an IE7 fiel :  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928427  - you can always reinstall IE7
and xpsprint.dll looks like a canon printer file :  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2522422/nl  can also be reinstalled

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i hope it helps you solve the problem
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