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    Coloradolime Guest

    Default Chkdsk runs EVERYtime on startup - how do I make it STOP???


    It says it can't repair the errors - no biggie. But now the utility
    won't stop running. Whether I restart within the utility or do a system
    restore to an earlier point in time, it just won't stop!!! GRRRRRRRRR



    Any suggestions?


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    md Guest

    Default Re: Chkdsk runs EVERYtime on startup - how do I make it STOP???

    Check out this tutorial: http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/13...tup-vista.html

    It's the opposite problem as yours, but "STEP TWO: Reset chkdsk
    BootExecute," gives instructions on how to change a registry key to
    stop it from happening each time ("This step will also fix the problem
    of chkdsk always running at startup.")




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    Quote Originally Posted by Coloradolime View Post
    It says it can't repair the errors - no biggie. But now the utility won't stop running. Whether I restart within the utility or do a system restore to an earlier point in time, it just won't stop!!! GRRRRRRRRR

    Any suggestions?

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    If ChkDsk Runs On Every StartUp. should help you.

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    DDW Guest

    Default Re: Chkdsk runs EVERYtime on startup - how do I make it STOP???

    Coloradolime <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote:

    >It says it can't repair the errors - no biggie.


    Yeah, right. Just overlook that. Right.

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    Victek Guest

    Default Re: Chkdsk runs EVERYtime on startup - how do I make it STOP???

    > It says it can't repair the errors - no biggie. But now the utility
    > won't stop running. Whether I restart within the utility or do a system
    > restore to an earlier point in time, it just won't stop!!! GRRRRRRRRR
    >
    > Any suggestions?
    >
    >

    You may be able to prevent check disk from running, but I suggest you take
    seriously the fact that it finds errors that cannot be repaired. In my
    experience that starts happening when the hard drive is beginning to fail.


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    JerryM Guest

    Default Re: Chkdsk runs EVERYtime on startup - how do I make it STOP???

    On the Start-Run line,
    Type SFC /SCANNOW
    This will replace any missing or corrupt files.

    "Victek" <Victek@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
    news:078E89AF-BF1D-494A-8853-F2602CCCA04A@microsoft.com...
    >> It says it can't repair the errors - no biggie. But now the utility
    >> won't stop running. Whether I restart within the utility or do a system
    >> restore to an earlier point in time, it just won't stop!!! GRRRRRRRRR
    >>
    >> Any suggestions?
    >>
    >>

    > You may be able to prevent check disk from running, but I suggest you take
    > seriously the fact that it finds errors that cannot be repaired. In my
    > experience that starts happening when the hard drive is beginning to fail.



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    JerryM Guest

    Default Re: Chkdsk runs EVERYtime on startup - how do I make it STOP???

    Getting ahead of myself,

    Right click CMD.EXE and select run as administrator,
    then type SFC /SCANNOW

    "JerryM" <jerrym526@msn.org> wrote in message
    news:eDtujHREJHA.5044@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
    > On the Start-Run line,
    > Type SFC /SCANNOW
    > This will replace any missing or corrupt files.
    >
    > "Victek" <Victek@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
    > news:078E89AF-BF1D-494A-8853-F2602CCCA04A@microsoft.com...
    >>> It says it can't repair the errors - no biggie. But now the utility
    >>> won't stop running. Whether I restart within the utility or do a system
    >>> restore to an earlier point in time, it just won't stop!!! GRRRRRRRRR
    >>>
    >>> Any suggestions?
    >>>
    >>>

    >> You may be able to prevent check disk from running, but I suggest you
    >> take seriously the fact that it finds errors that cannot be repaired. In
    >> my experience that starts happening when the hard drive is beginning to
    >> fail.

    >


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