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Old 09-27-2015, 07:32 AM   #103
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Ok, going through the post-sfc logs, I can tell that sfc is not functioning as designed on your system. Looks like this is caused by nlite:

That's a shame because without sfc, we effectively can not evaluate or repair system files corruption.
I can think of 3 more things we can try prior to the "reinstall" verdict:
- anti-malware treatment. We are already there.
- Drivers treatment
- Complete wipe and reinstallation of Chrome (I know that you have already attempted to reinstall it, but here is more than that)

Edit: we can also look into recent Windows Updates and attempt to find an update that possibly caused the situation

Last edited by innuendo; 09-27-2015 at 08:16 AM.
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