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Windows 7: chckdisk almost at every boot

09 Dec 2009   #51

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

So the thread is now solved then.....wait for an update from either Windows or Avira or PM a mod at the Avira forums for a link to the hotfix that stops this issue???????

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09 Dec 2009   #52

Windows 7 Enterprise

.. I still do not konw: I do not use my laptop since a while, and I do not reboot my PC since a while ...

What I have noticed is that, before avira went out with the fix, if I was turning avira off before every boot (by disabling ALL the avira services before rebooting) I was almost not getting any checkdisk anymore ....

I'll kepp you informed ....
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22 Dec 2009   #53

Windows 7 Enterprise

yes, it seems to me that the problem is now solved.
After the Avira "patch" / update I had no check-disk anymore on both the laptop and on the PC.
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22 Dec 2009   #54
Microsoft MVP


Change to Avast free home and you'll never have to think about your AV again.

Have put it on over a hundred machines without a single issue or virus. Lean, mean, invisible with almost no resource hit.
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22 Dec 2009   #55

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE

I have a lifetime license for Outpost Security Suite, therefore as long as I don't get a virus, it doesn't cross my mind.
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18 Jul 2010   #56
Ron Williams

Windows 7

Found my answer. I thought my problem was the Samsung SSD I had gotten. It actually wasn't that, it was an issue with an IR device and windows 7. I was surprised because it seems completely unrelated, but microsoft has released the hotfix. After reboot, I had the chkdsk screen show up and complete the scan, it restarted, and turned on without any problems!

Download for the hotfix is available at The Chkdsk.exe program does not start correctly on a Windows 7-based computer
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