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Ricky_22

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Unlike XP - vista doesn't have a check disk or a scan disk (at least I can't find it) and the defrag doesn't have a view so you can watch what is happening :) At this stage of 'the game' shouldn't registry scans be included, and not for outside 'bloodsuckers' to take advantage ------- sorry, but I'm a pensioner and it irks me when systems seem to be purposely incomplete! Will/can anyone assist/help me please.

Edited by Ricky_22, 06 November 2008 - 12:13 PM.

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Hi,Vista does have check disk, go to computer, open it then go to LocalDisk ©
right click go to properties, then tools click eirror checking click on check now,
from there pick what you what it to do.

If you don't like Vista Ddefrag then try AusLogics Disk Defrag it Free and it does have
a view you can find it here at

http://www.auslogics...are/disk-defrag

this site don't use registry repair programs.

Dwight
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Hi,Vista does have check disk, go to computer, open it then go to LocalDisk ©
right click go to properties, then tools click eirror checking click on check now,
from there pick what you what it to do.

If you don't like Vista Ddefrag then try AusLogics Disk Defrag it Free and it does have
a view you can find it here at

http://www.auslogics...are/disk-defrag

this site don't use registry repair programs.
Dwight



Why not?

but more importantly, why doesn't microsoft itself cover this problem?
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Hi,Vista does have check disk, go to computer, open it then go to LocalDisk ©
right click go to properties, then tools click eirror checking click on check now,
from there pick what you what it to do.


If you don't like Vista Ddefrag then try AusLogics Disk Defrag it Free and it does have
a view you can find it here at

http://www.auslogics...are/disk-defrag

this site don't use registry repair programs.

Dwight



Thanx vry much for that :)
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Glad I could help you.

Dwight :)
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