Looking closer at your CBS Log, it loos like you have a lot of link or shortcut corruptions(.lnk) to MMC which are your Administrative Tools in Control Panel. Post if the command doesn't help repair these after a few run throughs. To repair Windows 8.1 and 7 I use a tool from Tweaking.com called Windows Repair. If you download this I can tell you which options to mark to repair these.
Can you even use or click something in admin tools. such as Stem Information, Resource monitor, Performance Monitor, or Task Scheduler?
Is this the info you need? Should I run the repairs? I'm scared to death something will go wrong!! Shucks....I didn't know there was a purchase for key. ....I will have to wait on this one. Unfortunately. No funds for that...I'm a poor college student.
But....I'll continue with the sfc/scannow's and such....thanks!
Last edited by btowngurl1974; 06 Jun 2015 at 00:41. Reason: adding
I would uninstall that Re-Image.
When/if you download Windows Repair go to the settings tab and make these 2 changes at least(yellow arrows):
Then got to Repairs(let it make a backup of your registry) and Open Repairs, check only these options:
at the bottom right check restart/shutdown and let it auto-restart if you wish, or do it manually when its done.
Note: It is important you temporarily shut off Defender or whatever Anti Virus your using, so it doesn't get in the way of the repairs. After the reboot it takes a couple of minutes to finish up, then you can reactivate your AV.
You must be an administrator to run the repairs, and you can also run in Safe Mode(actually better).
I found that one of the optional updates caused a lot of sfc errors that I saw, after uninstalling it, my errors disappeared. I forget which one it was now though.