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Running Skndsk

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Win 7 Lenovo T410

When I go to start menu and type scndsk, a black flash occurs, then nothing. Is there another way to run scan disk
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Windows 7 does not have skndsk, instead you need to use chkdsk

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee872425.aspx
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Of course also possible from the GUI: Rightclick the drive - properties ->tools->error checking
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Thank you
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