CBS Log errors on Win 7 system

Hello, I am having odd problems with a system and I ran a sfc /scannow and it gave me errors in the CBS log.  I don't know what to make of it as it has a lot of issues and noted corrupted files.

What is the easiest way to resolve?

I tried to restore from a restore point but that did not work....

I can't go into event viewer so I know there are some issues...
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
can you post the errors?
depending on what it is could determine which way to go
What are the odd problems?

Your system may be starting to show numerous problems.  A Repair Install may be the fastest way to fix all at once.

This should not affect installed programs or personal data, but a backup first is always a good idea.

If you still want to try to fix the individual corrupt files as found by SFC, see this tutorial--especially Methods 2 and 3.
Note running SFC /SCANNOW up to three time may help
And creating an sfcdetails.txt file may help.
tucktechAuthor Commented:
I am posting the log.....

I also ran a chkdsk to make sure there were no hard drive issues...
Acronis True Image 2019 just released!

Create a reliable backup. Make sure you always have dependable copies of your data so you can restore your entire system or individual files.

The errors are all with Windows Update Agent.

Install the latest

However, you still have not told us about the "odd problems".
tucktechAuthor Commented:
The odd problems are it starts slow. When I have tried to install an application named PowerPay which is part of Dentrix it did not install correctly as well as eSync for Dentrix.  It is not doing what should thus I tried to look at eventvwr.msc and it will not load.. when I run event view I get a message, "MMC has detected a nerro in a snap-in and will unload it.".  I have two options to 1. report this error to Microsoft, and then shut down MMC or 2. Unload the snap-in and continue running.

When I select the unload option I get an unhandled exception in managed code snap-in... I will try to post a screen shot in a moment.
tucktechAuthor Commented:
attached word doc with error displayed
Did you install the latest Windows Update Agent?

And remember

"Your system may be starting to show numerous problems.  A Repair Install may be the fastest way to fix all at once.  "

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how long is this system running?  if more than a couple of years, it may be best to do a fresh install; or factory restore - or from an image  if you have one

that takes care of all software problems

don't forget to backup !
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tucktechAuthor Commented:
Hello Moderator (leetutor), jcimarron's response of repairing the system worked.  I was just waiting to get access to the system in order to perform this function.
This is how you close a thread  (the Moderator does not do it)
tucktechAuthor Commented:
Repair from Win7 CD, thanks everyone
You are welcome.
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