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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