System files are necessary for the proper functioning of Windows 10. Thanks to them it is possible that the operating system will not have operating problems or security problems. We can also avoid in many cases thanks to them the existence of the dreaded blue screenshots. Therefore, the operating system usually protects these types of files at all times. Although this is not always 100% effective.
For what may happen on some occasions that a file is accidentally deleted from the system in Windows 10. This is something that generates stress among users, but it always has a solution. In this case, the solution is not to format the computer. Since we have other tools that allow us to recover them.
How to restore accidentally deleted system files in Windows 10
Tools have been introduced into the operating system over the years. Thanks to them, it is possible to recover system files at all times. So in the event that someone has deleted a file from the system in Windows 10 by mistake, this error will be corrected in a correct way. Without having to resort to formatting.
There are a couple of ways available in the operating system. No need to install anything on the computer for it. We simply have to use the Windows 10 console to try to access these files again. Therefore, it is something that should always be tried in the first instance. Since it can help us to have this file back on the computer.
Recover system files are SFC
Therefore, in the Windows 10 console, we can use a command that will give us the possibility to check the integrity of these essential files. So if there is any that is not present or has some type of damage, the tool itself will take action. What this tool does is to replace the said file with its original version. In this way everything will return to the initial state, that is, to normality.
It is a very useful tool. This is the SFC command, as some of you may already know. Therefore, when you open the Windows 10 console on the computer, the command that you have to execute in your case is:
sfc / scannow
with which this scan will proceed on the computer. It will be checked if any of these system files that are necessary for the proper functioning of the equipment are missing.
In case there is any missing, as suspected, the tool itself replaces it directly. In this way, the problem will be solved in Windows 10. Without a doubt, a good way to get it. Although it is possible that there are users that this method has not worked for them. In that case, there are other ways.
Recover system files with DISM
DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) It is another tool that Windows makes available to users in these cases. It is a somewhat more advanced option, so in many situations, it can give better results to users who need to recover these system files. Also developed by Microsoft, it also runs on the command line on the computer. We can use DISM to maintain a Windows image or a virtual hard disk.
In this specific situation in Windows 10, we have to carry out a Windows 10 image analysis. In this way, we will be able to detect if there are errors or there are corrupt files. For this, there is a specific command that will help us in this situation. The command in question is Dism / Online / Cleanup-Image / ScanHealth and will have to be run on the command line. Thanks to it, the situation should be resolved.
Definitely, it is a somewhat more advanced method than the previous one. So it should be helpful for those users who have this problem in Windows 10. Although, the bad part is that there is never a 100% guarantee that they will work as desired.