Using System File Checker Windows Only
System File Checker, or ‘SFC’ for short, is a built-in Windows tools that checks for system files that may be corrupt or missing.
Press the Windows Key and type
At the first option, “cmd,” right click it and in the bottom menu choose Run as administrator. Click Yes when the UAC window pops up.
In the new window that pops up (with a black background), type
sfc /scannow and press enter. Your window should be similar to this:
The scan may take some time to run. Let it finish completely. When the scan is complete, you are given results through the console.
After this is complete, you will have to restart the computer for the changes to take effect.