Re: CHKDSK Checker on start up.
> Ok so I allowed disk checker to run and went for a bath. I came back and
> the desktop was fine and everything worked.
> I left, turned it off via shut down and booted back up and it still
> prompts to check the same disk :/
> Every time I looked at it checking the disk it would still be stuck on
> the area specified in the OP.
> Im assuming it got 'bored' of not 'doing anything' and just re
> Problem or nothing to worry about???
> Note: I've not ran the disk check a second time as yet.
Somehow, your computer is set to do chkdsk each time you restart
(reboot). Here is how to stop that : --
Click START button > click COMPUTER > right click on OS C: > click
Properties > top, click TOOLs > click CHECK NOW > (prompt) > click START
> click CANCEL.
That's it. Close all windows. Disk check will not run at reboot
Here is a link to a tutorial showing you how to run a chkdsk on command
prompt IN STEAD of at reboot. You can run it whenever you want, no
scdedule. Use METHOD 2, OPTION 1.