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March 16, 2010, 1:11 pm
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I have a system with the following specs:
- ram: ddr2 1 giga
- hdd1: seagate sata 80 giga with 2 almost equal ntfs partitions
- hdd2: seagate ide 80 giga with 2 almost equal ntfs partitions
Whenever I have to boot it, it always prompts for chkdsk. If allowed,
it runs chkdsk and does not come up with any problem. But next time I
restart it goes through the routine. What could this be?
Re: XP professional SP2 system keeps chkdsk-ing on startup
I found this doing a google. Note that this query points to doing a chkdsk
on drive D. Note which drive (s) your chkdsk wants to check and give the
appropriate drive letter changes, if any.
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