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Perform System File Scan within Windows 7 / Vista

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Here is just a Basic Guide on how to a perform System File Scan within Windows 7/Vista;

(Please note Windows XP Users will need the Installation CD to perfrom this task)

Go to Start > All Program > Accessories > Right Click Command Prompt and Run As Administrator;

Type In sfc /scannow and hit enter then let it complete the scan.

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The System File Checker will look for any system files/.dll file's that are corrupt and will attempt to fix these normally following a re start of your computer.

This can also be run in safemode too by selecting Safemode with command prompt privilage.

Hope you found this useful!

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