Scheduling a CHKDSK on next boot

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Scheduling a CHKDSK on next boot

Postby SsapS » Wed Oct 23, 2019 1:56 pm

I have am using BootIt Bare Metal 1.31f to in order to install multiple windows partitions on a laptop.. One of the windows system partitions has become corrupt. When running "Chkdsk /F" the system determines it needs to restart in order to fix the errors.. The problem is chkdsk never runs when i reboot from BIBM. Is this a known issue? and is there a way around it?
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Re: Scheduling a CHKDSK on next boot

Postby TeraByte Support » Wed Oct 23, 2019 3:56 pm

It's not related to BootIt unless you setup key strokes beyond the F4
menu, but you'd still see it saying it wants to do it. Doubtful you're
using keystrokes.

In general, it's a common Windows issue. You should be able to find
lots of information on it via internet search on what to check.

On 10/23/2019 12:56 PM, SsapS wrote:
> I have am using BootIt Bare Metal 1.31f to in order to install multiple windows partitions on a laptop.. One of the windows system partitions has become corrupt. When running "Chkdsk /F" the system determines it needs to restart in order to fix the errors.. The problem is chkdsk never runs when i reboot from BIBM. Is this a known issue? and is there a way around it?
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