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01 Jun 2012  

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
Yes, they perform different tasks. SFC is not a disk checker. It checks system files and replaces any it finds are missing or corrupted. Run it until it finds no errors.

No harm done in making a system restore point before using either.

I wouldn't think it mattered in which order you ran them, but if you think you have disk issues, I would run checkdisk and also the disk utility available from your hard drive manufacturer's web site.
Thanks. My reason for wondering about disk is due to a listing in Event Viewer yesterday but as far as I know it was a one time listing amid several others. I have since cleared EV but will post shot I did yesterday. I thought it was my harddisk but just looked at my System Specs & it looks like my HD is WD? Western Digital?

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