Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster
Try the solution in the post Ztruker posted.
I have done that. After a restart, I selected the advance boot selection and highlighted "repair your computer"
It said it was fixing errors and may take up to an hour, luckily it only took like 10 minutes, unfortunately it did NOT solve my problem.
Check disk still wont work..
I was told to get the autochk.exe file from my boot disk, but when I bought this PC it was discounted 20% off cause it was used for testing at "Fry's" and didnt come with a boot disk.
I can get one for $20 off toshibas site, but I dont really want to spend 20$ just to check my disk, there has to be another way around...
I was wondering if anyone has windows 7 and can put an autochk.exe on a zip file? I dont even know if its possible. Maybe you have to have the exact laptop as I do...
I run a Toshiba Qosmio X505-Q860 if that helps...