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    syscache.hve was corrupted

    I'm not sure if the reply was ever posted as I don't see it. I used a Linux distro to access the CVI files and renamed syscache.hve to syscache.old. I rebooted and Windows had installed a new copy of syscache.hve. I have not seen the corrupted message in the Event Viewer since doing this and...
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    syscache.hve was corrupted

    mqudsi, Thank you, It worked ! 😀 All the previous searching lead me nowhere. Now this raises even more questions. Checking properties of the old syscache.hve file shows 40Mb. The new syscache.hve file shows 262Kb. If OS is working fine then what were the other 39+Mb?? One more question, Do I...
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    syscache.hve was corrupted

    I've done the chkdsk and sfc /scannow, didn't help. Now to find my Windows install disk....... from way back when.
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    syscache.hve was corrupted

    Never use registry cleaners, learned that lesson 20 years ago. There is so little info on the web about this problem. I did a test where I shut down, waited 15-20 minutes, and then checked Event Viewer upon reboot. The Event Viewer apparently writes/logs the error at shutdown according to the...
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    Lost Desktop Calendar Gadget

    "Hi, I doubt anyone here is using Windows 7" Peter, not to start anything but I'll bet half the world is still using Windows 7. I too use 8Gagetpack @ 8GadgetPack - Gadgets for Windows 11 / 10 / 8.1 / 7
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    syscache.hve was corrupted

    {Registry Hive Recovered} Registry hive (file): '\??\C:\System Volume Information\Syscache.hve' was corrupted and it has been recovered. Some data might have been lost. On every boot. Tried SFC /SCANNOW and chkdsk, no difference. Any ideas?
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