Quote: Originally Posted by trinaz
Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic
If the chkdsk is run on a reboot, as it would for a C drive, the results should be under a “wininit” listing in the source column, rather than under chkdsk.
Thanks..but that's my problem...I've run chkdsk/f from the admin cmd prompt dozens of times in the past...but now I am not getting any "wininit" entry as I always generated previously ??
I cleared the logs previous to running chkdsk/f...so the jpg is all that was generated after last reboot chkdsk/f
Ok...here's whats up...
Chkdsk/f is not running...I get a flash message that some software had affected chkdsk/f
But...so far....I'm unable to correct the errors...
Can I run chkdsk or some disk service from the install/repair dvd to repair/correct what ever is causing chkdsk/f to fail at normal cmd reboot for chkdsk/f