Checking System Files

  Abel 09:21 16 Jul 2009
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The memory's flagging this-morning. Please remind me of the command to use in 'Run' that checks that none of the system files have been corrupted. Many thanks in advance.

Abel

  rawprawn 09:24 16 Jul 2009

sfc /scannow

  Pamy 09:49 16 Jul 2009

chkdsk /f It wil do so at next boot up

  Stuartli 10:10 16 Jul 2009

As per rawprawn, whilst pointing out that you need to note the space after sfc.

You may also need your installation disk.

  Abel 10:17 16 Jul 2009

Thanks all. Funny how it all comes back when you're reminded.

Abel

  Abel 10:20 16 Jul 2009

I've also learned something too Pamy. I never realised that chkdsk, in the form you express it, would do the same thing at startup.

Abel

  Stuartli 12:14 16 Jul 2009

Most people tend to use the hard drive's Properties>Tools>Error checking route for ChkDsk.

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