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  1. Thanks for your reply and trying to help. I found that if I change the "User's account" to System when running the task i don't get the Dos window. Again thanks for your suggestion.
  2. Vista Ultimate x64 I'm using the Task Manager to run a Windows Defender Quick scan which works OK except a Taskeng (command) window appears on screen until Quick scan is completed. Run Command produces the same result. Closing the window causes an error in Defender. Is there a way to suppress this window with a change to this command line ? Any help would be appreciated! "C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MpCmdRun.exe" Scan -ScheduleJob -WinTask
  3. Ultimate 32 bit Thanks for the tip. I deleted the folder contents from another OS (after backup), rebooted, original error gone, 3 additional errors created. 3 reboots later the additional errors cleared up, didn't have to do anything else.
  4. Anybody?
  5. Thank you for your replies and the information but I'm not understanding or I'm not asking the question correctly. Yes, I can disable sfc but this isn't my first choice. I don't want to create another CD. I want to repair my operating systems if possible but I don't understand what exactly is causing the sfc popups. What is the error that nlite has caused? Can this be repaired?
  6. Yes this is an option but is there a fix?
  7. That means I would have to reinstall several OSs and it isn't that big of a hassel. If I understood what exactly was causing the problem the I might could find a solution?
  8. In May of 07 I created an unattended install CD using nLite 1.3 with an OEM XP Home SP2 recovery CD. I was amazed that this could be done and a big thanks to those who are responsible for this project. I have had only one issue and after searching the boards I can see that it was a long standing one, the SFC/WFP popup. Many many posts on this and I was wondering if someone could guide me to the fix for this. I'm not wanting to create another install CD but I would like to know how to repair my OS if possible. Is there a fix other than turning off WFP.? Thanks