It isn't a folder. It's in Applications/Utilities. It's called Disk Utility. First Aid is one of the functions of Disk Utility. As for running it from the install disk, this is not recommended. The copy of Disk Utility on the CD is out of date and doesn't use the current default permissions profiles. On Sunday, July 27, 2003, at 10:51 PM, T. Patrick Henebry wrote: > On 7/28/03 1:08 AM, "Jerry Wilson" <jerrywilsons at mac.com> wrote: > >> It is in your system "Utilities" folder/Disk Utility/First Aid/. And >> don't run it from your cd. > > No First Aid folder either. > > Hmmm.. I wonder if I deleted it for so,m reason thinking it was the OS > 9 > version. > > At any rate if you boot from the Install CD and choose Disk Utility > from the > Installer menu you can then Verify/Repair permissions. The online > help says > to use Disk Utility as well.