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Dec
30
comment How do I repair the corrupted files found by sfc /scannow? “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.”
@magicandre1981 I've read your answer. I'll provide feedback once I have tried it. I included the logs (which was already there in the original post) to help other potential answers in providing possible solutions.
Dec
29
revised How do I repair the corrupted files found by sfc /scannow? “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.”
various post fixes; added related tags
Dec
29
revised How do I repair the corrupted files found by sfc /scannow? “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.”
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Dec
29
asked How do I repair the corrupted files found by sfc /scannow? “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.”
Dec
27
revised How does SyncBack detect if two files are different?
clarifications; added related tags
Dec
20
revised How can I keep folders synchronized between several machines over my home network?
changed HTML tags to markup code; removed [windows-xp] and [windows-vista] and replaced it with [windows] as this post is not specific to those OSes anyway; also added [software-rec]
Dec
20
revised Memory timings in CPU-Z : Memory and SPD tab discrepancy - What do they mean?
replaced misplaced question marks with quotes; various other fixes
Dec
20
suggested approved edit on How can I keep folders synchronized between several machines over my home network?
Dec
20
suggested approved edit on Memory timings in CPU-Z : Memory and SPD tab discrepancy - What do they mean?
Dec
19
comment How does SyncBack detect if two files are different?
@MaQleod I'm more interested in learning if it uses a hash algorithm at all rather than knowing what exact hash algorithm is used. Although if that has been posted by a developer somewhere, that could be useful additional information. e.g. Is it CRC32? (common in other file similarity detecting software). I'm mainly interested in knowing how it compares files (By modification date? By size? By checksum? At what order? At what amount of difference will it consider two files different?). If it happens to use a hash algorithm that would be good to know too.
Dec
19
revised How does SyncBack detect if two files are different?
clarifications
Dec
19
revised How does SyncBack detect if two files are different?
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Dec
19
asked How does SyncBack detect if two files are different?
Dec
19
suggested rejected edit on How can I keep folders synchronized between several machines over my home network?
Dec
17
revised How do I add, edit or manage custom search engines in Opera 15 or higher versions (Chromium-based)?
clarified question title and body
Nov
30
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
30
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
24
comment How do I allow commenting in Youtube (through Google+) if I have third-party cookies disabled?
I found a solution which I posted here. However, I still encourage users to please share other solutions.
Nov
24
revised How do I allow commenting in Youtube (through Google+) if I have third-party cookies disabled?
mentioned comment voting
Nov
24
answered How do I allow commenting in Youtube (through Google+) if I have third-party cookies disabled?