For Windows 10 corrupted system files, Windows Central shares an excellent guide to possibly fix this issue using the System File Checker tool.

QUOTE: On Windows 10, when you start noticing random errors, problems booting up, or features not working as expected, there’s a good chance that one or multiple system files might have gone missing or corrupted for unknown reasons. Usually, problems with system files could occur as a result of an issue installing a system update, driver, or application, or while making changes to the installation manually.

If you happen to come across this issue, you can use the Windows 10 System File Checker (SFC), which is a command-line tool designed to scan the integrity and restore missing or corrupted system files with working replacements.  In this Windows 10 guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to use the System File Checker tool to repair damaged system files automatically or manually if the tool refuses to work.