Certutil commad in CMD may have been typed wrongly

Discus and support Certutil commad in CMD may have been typed wrongly in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hello guys! So because of some audit failures I have after the April update,I did some googling and find in this forum that I should run the command "... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Jigsaw99, Jun 30, 2018.

  1. Jigsaw99 Win User

    Certutil commad in CMD may have been typed wrongly


    Hello guys! So because of some audit failures I have after the April update,I did some googling and find in this forum that I should run the command " Certutil -Store my" in command prompt to find out if there is anything unusual. I typed exactly that "Certutil- Store my"in CMD but it showed me a message that made me nervous.It didnt show the message that it was supposed to but rather:
    my "personal storage"
    Certutil command completed successfully
    The phrase inside the brackets was written in Greek so I maybe have not properly translated.Since then I'm feeling nervous that maybe I didn't run the command right and I maybe have damaged my PC. Did I do anything wrong?I don't see anything unusual in the behavior of the computer.Also,I had deleted the restore points so I can't restore.Thanks in advance!I also posted this in the thread I found this command but I feel it's appropriate to post it also as a new thread.

    :)
     
    Jigsaw99, Jun 30, 2018
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  2. Renaldo cru Win User

    Cortana search box - type request

    Hi Richard,

    To better assist you, please clarify the following:

    • What steps have you taken so far?
    • did you receive and error message?

    I would suggest you to run System File Checker. its a utility in Windows that allows users to scan for corruptions in Windows system files and restored corrupted files. Follow the steps below:

    • Press Win + R on the keyboard
    • Type CMD the hit OK
    • Type: sfc/scannow at the Command Prompt.

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Renaldo cru, Jun 30, 2018
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  3. quasar923 Win User
    internet connection problem- help

    it gieves me a list of commads. which do i do?
     
    quasar923, Jun 30, 2018
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  4. RandallBrock Win User

    Certutil commad in CMD may have been typed wrongly

    Windows and CMD- renaming a file in CMD

    Steps I've done

    Here what happens


    • turn on PC

    • start windows

    • get blue screen ( message NTFS file)

    • it reboots returns to diagnosing PC

    • Diagnose and repair fails

    • I move to advance options

    • will not reset windows , I click on CMD

    things I've tried
    commands:

    reagentc /disable

    reagentc /enable

    *************************FAILED
    not recognized
    **********************************

    Please advise


     
    RandallBrock, Jun 30, 2018
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