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Try scanning the computer with Norton Power Eraser. [https://support.norton.com/sp/static/external/tools/npe.html]
Once you have done that, run CMD or Windows PowerShell as an administrator. Then type: sfc /scannow
That command will fix and scan your Windows installation for missing files.