...that you can check the Chkdsk log file by opening the Control Panel, double click on "Adminstrative Tools", double click on the "Event Viewer" icon, then click on "Application". In the "Source" column, double click on the "Winlogon" item.
Hope this helps.
A few weeks ago I noticed that my 160 GB drive seemed to have lost 25 GB! I executed CHKDSK and was able to view the result, which were that there are now 25 GB of bad clusters.
After doing some file maintenance I thought I would do CHKDSK again. This time the results flashed so fast, I couldn't see what they were.
The last time, the results file was stored somehwere (Administrative Tools, Event Viewer, ??
Can anyone tell me where the results of CHKDSK would be displayed or stored?