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If you receive Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation, when you go on to Run System File Checker or sfc /scannow in Windows 10/8 / 7, then this article is for you.

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method 1 run system file checker in safe mode
Method 1. Run System File Checker in Safe Mode
  • If this happens, you may try to Run SFC in Safe Mode. To do that, follow these steps below:
  • Step 1. Press Windows Key + R then type msconfig in the Run dialog box. Click OK.
  • Step 2. Switch to Boot tab. Under Boot options, tick on Safe boot. Click OK.
  • Step 3. Click Restart when asked by System Configuration. Your Windows will then boot into Safe Mode.
  • Step 4. You can now try to run sfc /scannow and check if it works.
method 2 enable windows modules installer service
Method 2. Enable Windows Modules Installer service
  • Step 1. Press Windows Key + R and type services.msc in the Run dialog box. Tap Enter or click OK to open Services snap-in.
  • Step 2. When the Services window appears, find Windows Modules Installer or the TrustedInstaller service. Double-click on it to open the service its Properties.
  • Step 3. Make sure that the Service is Started. If not, set the Startup type to Manual and then click on Start button.
  • Step 4. Click Apply > OK to save changes. You can now close Services snap-in.
  • Now, you can try to run sfc /scannow to check if it works.
method 3 using command prompt
Method 3. Using Command Prompt
  • Also, you could start a Command Prompt as an Administrator, type the following and press Enter:
  • net start trustedinstaller
  • Once the service is started, run sfc /scannow and this time it would run as expected.
  • Source: https://windows10freeapps.com/windows-resource-protection-could-not-perform-the-requested-operation/