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Monday, 7 April 2008

Windows XP Chkdsk - How To Using The Command Line......

In Windows XP you can perform error checking on hard drives by using the chkdsk.exe command line utility.

Chkdsk will verify and repair (optional) the integrity of the file system on any chosen volume.

I encourage ALL users to run this utility on a regular basis (at least once a month.)

This utility should also be one of the first steps in troubleshooting a failing hard drive...

Windows XP Chkdsk - How To Using The Command Line...

When Windows XP encounters a problem and has to shut down, perhaps there is a power cut, a motherboard problem etc..

The operating system will "flag" the volume as "dirty" and attempt to check it on reboot.


NB - You can manually check the state of the dirty flag for your C: drive. To do this at the
Command Prompt type : fsutil dirty query c:

The response should be Volume - c: is NOT Dirty


However, you the computer user can manually run the chkdsk command to check for problems.

To do this:

Step One: Click Start, select Run

Step Two: In the box, type cmd

Step Three: Click Ok

Step Four: Run the chkdsk utility by typing in the following command:

chkdsk c:


chkdsk c: /f /r

NOTE: The /f command automatically fixes any errors encountered, the /r command locates bad sectors and recovers readable information.

NOTE: I am also assuming the drive you wish to check is the C: drive.

Step Five: A reboot is normally required for the chkdsk program to lock the disk and run correctly (this is typical on machines that have only one volume), so simply restart the computer and chkdsk will run automatically. When it's finished, (This process can take quite a while depending on the size of your disk, etc.), it will boot back to normal Windows.

Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 5:05 am

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