Quote: Originally Posted by Rain08
I don't want to avoid chkdsk, I just need to find a fix so chkdsk won't mess up with import .dll files or other OS files. If its unfixable then avoiding chkdsk is the only way.
I wish I wouldn't have to avoid it either, but after I ran it and it ended up deleted my entire hard drive, I decided I would never use it again and I will find a work around.
I am still not 100% sure what caused it but getting out of a shower to see your Chkdsk deleting all of your files (after the reboot) is not a good feeling. It should never happen, ever. After that I have never used Chkdisk for anything and find a work around to my problems.
Also: If anyone can tell me why they think this happened to me, I would appreciate it, thanks.