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everytime I boot my windows 7 notebook it now runs the chkdsk, even if I let the chkdsk run through all 5 checks and then says windows starting... I get taken back to the chkdsk and the following:
One of your disks needs to be checked for consistency......
how can I stop this from running everytime i boot my notebook??
I also have this problem everytime i boot my laptop it checks for the disc consistency, though there was no error if I manually run the chkdsk. If I do not skip the auto check while boot up process, it just hugs and i always have to hard boot it. I tried
the above solution of clearing the BootExecute Key, but i think it disables the auto check completely while booting(though it solves the problem as it will never appear again) but I think it is not a permanent solution. When I checked the dirty bit of C
drive through( fsutil dirty query c:) it always returns as dirty. How to reset this bit manually running the chkdsk /f also does not clear it.
I had this problem as well, but I've now worked out what the issue on my machine was. I had an SD card inserted in the slot during bootup that it didn't like. Removed the card and presto, no more chkdsk.
I've also been having a problem with my HP WIN7 64-bit laptop doing the same thing. It started after I installed XP Mode and Virtual PC, but may not be related. I cleared the Bootexecute key as described, but was wondering if MS has come out with a patch
for the problem stated directly above?
if someone could email me how to fix this issue i would be greatly appreciative if so all i want to do is be able to start up my computer without the CHKDSK poping up i cant even log on to windows because of this