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RE: Mail program says to run checkdisk

O

oldman

#1
Just opened Windows mail and got message on the bottom of the screen
that there were problems on the disk and to run chkdsk. Tried to run
from the command prompt after executing CMD. System came back with
the message I did not have sufficient privileges, " Access denied as
you do not have sufficient privileges. You have to invoke this
utility running in elevated mode".

Please post solution to this execution problem.

TIA
 

Brink

Staff member
mvp
#2
Just opened Windows mail and got message on the bottom of the screen
that there were problems on the disk and to run chkdsk. Tried to run
from the command prompt after executing CMD. System came back with
the message I did not have sufficient privileges, " Access denied as
you do not have sufficient privileges. You have to invoke this
utility running in elevated mode".

Please post solution to this execution problem.

TIA
Hello,

Did you right click on CMD and click "Run as administrator"? See Option Two in this tutorial.

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/67612-checkdisk.html

Shawn
 
O

oldman

#3
Thanks for the help



On Mon, 5 Nov 2007 17:17:10 -0600, brink
<brink.2zlmc5@xxxxxx-mx.forums.net> wrote:

>
>oldman;504661 Wrote:

>> Just opened Windows mail and got message on the bottom of the screen
>> that there were problems on the disk and to run chkdsk. Tried to run
>> from the command prompt after executing CMD. System came back with
>> the message I did not have sufficient privileges, " Access denied as
>> you do not have sufficient privileges. You have to invoke this
>> utility running in elevated mode".
>>
>> Please post solution to this execution problem.
>>
>> TIA
>
>Hello,
>
>Did you right click on CMD and click "Run as administrator"? See
>Option Two in this tutorial.
>
>http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/67612-checkdisk.html
>
>Shawn
 

Brink

Staff member
mvp
#4
Thanks for the help



On Mon, 5 Nov 2007 17:17:10 -0600, brink
<brink.2zlmc5@xxxxxx-mx.forums.net> wrote:
Hello,

Did you right click on CMD and click "Run as administrator"? See Option Two in this tutorial.

Checkdisk

Shawn
Your welcome.

Glad you resolved your problem.

Shawn