Checking file system on C: It wont stop doing it!

Sat, 2007-12-29 21:26 by anonymous · Forum/category:

Checking file system C: File system type NTFS (in Windows 7)

Mon, 2009-11-30 18:29 by lunatica9127

Hi

My computer for the past 2 months keeps wanting to check file system C on start up before letting me log on to Windows 7. I know I can bypass it but sometimes I just let it run. Is there something actually wrong or can I tick a box somewhere to get rid of it.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

Thanks

Antivirus software

Mon, 2009-11-30 19:40 by admin

Avira Antivir is known to cause this problem, but other antivirus software may also cause it.

Try to disable your antivirus software, reboot, let Checkdisk run to the end, then reboot again. Does the auto-checkdisk disappear?

They may be able to fix the problem remotely and install a patch through their automatic updates.

Switch it off

Sat, 2007-12-29 22:25 by admin

If you read the recent forum messages, you will find that it has recently come into fashion around here to write some nearly unintelligible call for help while carefully avoiding to give any trace of useful information.

Which operating system are we talking about? Windows 95? Vista Ultimate? Linux?

How does it not stop? Is it checking C: forever?

Since when is it checking? Three days and three nights? What does the screen show? What did you do before it began?

If people try very resolutely to make it difficult to help, they might eventually succeed.

Please read the article: How to ask in a forum or newsgroup

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"it has recently come into

Wed, 2010-01-13 21:45 by Spelzmann

"it has recently come into fashion around here to write some nearly unintelligible call for help while carefully avoiding to give any trace of useful information."

I lol'd

A bit of fun

Wed, 2010-01-13 22:53 by admin

Yes, we need a bit of fun here from time to time. grin

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