Analyzing the CBS. log file in Windows 7

Hi! I have this attached CBS.log file I need to figure out as a result of some unfixable corrupt files that turned up as a result of sfc /scannow, but I am not sure what this file is telling me. Can someone help me understand what I should do as a result of this file's contents? Thanks!
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mrosier --
The very last entry in your CBS log says
"2015-06-18 12:45:22, Info                  CSI    00000352 [SR] Verify and Repair Transaction completed. All files and registry keys listed in this transaction  have been successfully repaired"

Are you still having problems?
For the future the following may be of interest:
Sometimes running SFC /SCANNOW from an Admin Command Prompt a second time will repair some files.

How to read the CBS log?
Running an Edit |Find and searching for Repair will help you zero in on the problem files.

If not, this reference may help.
Create a sfcdetails.txt file.
See Option Three here

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mrosierAuthor Commented:
excellent, thanks! I found the KB responsible for this problem by searching for repair, uninstalled it, ran this SFC again and all is well!
You are most welcome.
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