On boot, my 3-4 months old Windows 10 EDU / NUC7 PC showed a "blue screen": "Windows 10 Automatic repair couldn't repair your PC"
I shut down the system and instantly rebooted. This time the PC started normal and showed the lock screen after 5+ seconds (my system is pretty fast, thanks to an EVO 960 SSD. But I do not use over provisioning or anything else special).
I inspected the mentioned log file in "C:/windows/system32/logfiles/srt/srttrail.txt" and found this error message:
Root cause found:
Boot critical file d:\windows\system32\drivers\ntfs.sys is corrupt. Repair action: File repair Result: Failed. Error code = 0x490 Time
taken = 2313 ms
The strange thing is, there is no Windows installation on the D drive. So, no wonder it couldn't find the NTFS driver there.
The system seems back to normal. But what should I do now? Do I need to worry or was this just another strange Windows 10 hickup?