I hope you're not getting annoyed with this problem. I really do appreciate
you helping me. I did the Check Disk and then tried the sfc /scannow again
and still no luck. I got the same message from the scannow saying that it
found corrupted files but was unable to fix it. Check disk found no bad
sectors as well and I still can't rename a folder. What else do you suppose
is causing this? Did something get erased or changed somehow? I never had
this problem with any of my computers in the past that's why I seem so lost
on the issue.
> MBouchard;511202 Wrote:
> > I ran the sfc /scannow and it said that it found corrupt files but was
> > unable
> > to fix them. As far as your "plan b", I'm not home and I won't be for a
> > while
> > and my Windows Vista disc is at home. The scan did fix renaming
> > existing
> > files but I still can't rename new folders that I make. What do you
> > suppose I
> > do now?
> > --------------------------
> > "brink" wrote:
> > MBouchard,
> > fix
> > >
> > > You can run the "sfc scannow" (no quotes) command to see if it can
> > (http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/66...tem-files.html)
> > > any system files that may be bad. This tutorial will show you how.
> > >
> > > 'System Files'
> > (Repair Install For Vista)> >
> > >
> > > If that does not work, you can do a Repair Install. It will do the
> > > trick. This tutorial will show you how to do it.
> > >
> > > 'Repair Install For Vista'
> Since the sfc scan found corruption, you should run chkdsk (Check
> Disk). This will attempt to repair the corruption. You can see how to
> run chkdsk in this tutorial.
> When chkdsk is finished, run the sfc /scannow command again.
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