ScanDisk doesn't exist in Vista (or XP for that matter). You now need to use
the 'chkdsk' command. You can either do this from the drive properties,
click the tools tab and then select error checking, or you can run chkdsk
directly from the command prompt. With the command prompt you do need to be
in 'elevated' mode to run chkdsk. To run the command prompt in elevated mode
right click on the command prompt and select 'run as administrator'.
John Barnett MVP
Windows - Shell/User
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"janus" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi...I have Vista Premium....what happened to Scan Disc and is there an
> equivalent operation in Vista ?