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Old 2013-08-10, 00:52   Link #1
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Disk Check

I was used during the times whenever I turn on my computer, a black screen appears and saying that the disk are being scan, processed and defragmented. It's not a bad thing actually.

Recently, this doesn't happen now and I'm worried. Is some software stopping my computer to check itself whenever I open up my computer?

I wish to return that "checking" back. Is there anyway I could manually do it? I'm using Windows 7 Starter. Thank you
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Old 2013-08-10, 05:20   Link #2
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I was used during the times whenever I turn on my computer, a black screen appears and saying that the disk are being scan, processed and defragmented. It's not a bad thing actually.

Recently, this doesn't happen now and I'm worried. Is some software stopping my computer to check itself whenever I open up my computer?

I wish to return that "checking" back. Is there anyway I could manually do it? I'm using Windows 7 Starter. Thank you
Run command prompt and type chkdsk /f /r.

To do it permanently you have to edit the string BootExecute under Local Machine in regedit (if I remember correctly). Otherwise, I think there is an option under run>msconfig that allows you to do it too.

Why do you want to run that annoying thing anyway on startup?
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Old 2013-08-12, 00:00   Link #3
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Run command prompt and type chkdsk /f /r.

To do it permanently you have to edit the string BootExecute under Local Machine in regedit (if I remember correctly). Otherwise, I think there is an option under run>msconfig that allows you to do it too.

Why do you want to run that annoying thing anyway on startup?
My computer hangs up for 10 secs during start ups... I think that'll do the work...
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