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Tried sfc with no success. However, will try dism. Additionally,
this was an ssd on a mac, so system restore was disabled.
Therefore, this is not an option.
On 4/12/2017 7:36 PM, Brian Vogel
Have you tried SFC followed by DISM (possibly
followed again by SFC)? I have found that DISM often fixes
bits that SFC does not.
If you can't get this fixed via SFC & DISM then I'd
consider using System Restore to roll back to a restore point
prior to the latest cumulative update install. There are times
when some really inexplicable (and seemingly undetectable) error
occurs during an update and allowing it to reapply itself after
a restore to before it was first applied allows it to get itself
installed correctly on the second shot.
If you want to "go extreme" you could use system restore to
roll back to before that last cumulative update then use the
Windows 10 Update Assistant to force an update to Creators
Update. This, however, would be my last resort.
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