The system file checker
associated with Windows File Protection
will attempt to replace the unsigned files with signed versions; first from DLLCache, then from your Windows installation disc. It will not find signed files. To trigger the system file checker to validate your system files immediately, type "sfc /scannow" in a Run box.
SetupErr.log in %SystemRoot% will list unsigned system files encountered when Windows was installed on the machine.
will list unsigned files present on the system.
An error similar to the following is given when "QFECheck
/v" is executed if the proper registry entries exist.
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KB967756: This hotfix should be reinstalled.
The following files are not valid in the system catalog:
adric wrote:I renamed a couple of IE8 cat files to include the -IE8 prefix that was missing in the cat file and I am wondering now if they need to be changed back to the original name to match what is in the catdb.
Installed files? I don't know how changing the file names in "%SystemRoot%\system32\CatRoot" will affect the database.