OK, try the following:
Right click CMD.EXE in the start menu and select RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR.
Then type CD\ and hit enter to put in the root directory.
Try the SFC /SCANNOW to see if it will now work.
"brbrown" <brbrown@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Hell again. Badger I presume the sfc scan was to be done with the command
> prompt which I have tried and I get a message saying that the sfc prompt
> cannot be used and can only be used by the administrator. I am the owner
> sole user so how do I do it? Any idea please?
> "brbrown" wrote:
>> "Badger" wrote:
>> > Have you tried - SFC /SCANNOW to repair or replace missing or corrupt
>> > files?
>> > "brbrown" <brbrown@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> > news:801C9383-4120-4F4F-8332-FDB36D5F4B13@newsgroup
>> > > When I first had my Vista Home Premium laptop, I was able to access
>> > > Performance Information Tools via the Control Panel and the page
>> > > would
>> > > show
>> > > the "Rate and improve your computers performance" at the top with
>> > > the
>> > > performance details and score below together with the "Update my
>> > > score"
>> > > button at the bottom.
>> > > Suddenly, all the performance details and score, together with the
>> > > "Update
>> > > my score" button, have disappeared leaving only the Rate & Improve
>> > > title
>> > > highlighted in blue which does not function when clicked.
>> > > Can Anyone please tell me how I can get the performance score details
>> > > back?
>> > >
>> > .
>> > Hello badger. Thanks for that. I'll give it a go and see what happens.
>> > I'll post back when done. Brian