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Scandisk Problem

by tonyssn639 / April 27, 2006 7:15 AM PDT

I tried to run my scandisk on my computer a while back. I left my laptop on and went and did something. I thought it ran the scandisk...but everytime my laptop boots up (windows xp) the blue scan disk screen comes up when it should...but it says that the c drive or something like that does not have access and that scandisk cannot be completed at this time. How do I get my laptop to stop doing this? Thanks for the time.

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Try scheduling
by Darton Fury / April 27, 2006 8:27 AM PDT
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it to run at the next startup. If you have more than one volume, specify which. Also configure it to "fix" any errors. Running it without a command to fix errors will only cause it to check for them.

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Scandisk
by tonyssn639 / April 28, 2006 3:58 AM PDT
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It isn't such a big idea that every time my laptop boots up it goes to that screen...does anybody think that it is hurting it. I have looked under scheduled tasks, I think I looked everywhere under msconfig that I know I can look at. I just didn't know if anybody knew just a simple place to go to un schedule it. thanks for the help

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(NT) (NT) Perhaps running it from Safe Mode will work.
by caktus / April 27, 2006 3:32 PM PDT
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