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Hi all,

I think my installation of Win2K has errors, but I am not in a position to re-install the operating system.
I'm sure there is a command you can run that compares your installation to that from an original CD, but I can't remember what it is...

Any help apprecitated.

Thanks

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You probably mean the System File Checker.

On the command prompt, type SFC /? to see all available options.
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