Windows 10 Scheduled Disk Check Won't Run on system startup

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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #11

    I didn't see the recommendation, or that you turned Fast Boot off in BIOS(If you have it on) then give chkdsk a shot.
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  2. Posts : 10
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    Thread Starter
       #12

    dalchina said:
    Hi, not sthg I've had to do, but a quick search for
    "create bootable usb from iso"
    suggests (e.g.)
    Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way

    Bear in mind your BIOS boot priorities may have to be changed for you to boot from a USB device.

    When did your CD/DVD drive stop working? Is that indicative of your range of problems, or sthg else?

    Oh, and you'd need to check about using a USB device for in-place repair if it comes to that.
    My CD/DVD Drive Is broken long time a go. PLEASE PLEASE can you show me step by step on how to do it im not that good when it comes to computer repair if possible
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  3. dalchina's Avatar
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       #13

    Hi, I see what Cliff S is getting at vis á vis fast boot... MS seems to have created a situation where with fast boot (where a lot more is stored on disk from your previous session e.g. so you can seem to boot faster 'cos it's reloaded) means the mechanism whereby a scheduled chkdsk is run is not actually implemented. Hmm. (I have an older laptop so haven't experienced these joys). It's associated with F8 not being available by default to let you access the boot menu by repeatedly pressing it.

    However your laptop is probably 2009 vintage- did it come with Vista? HP ProBook 4310s.. so probably doesn't use UEFI - but has a BIOS. Is that correct?

    Now try following this
    Fast Startup - Turn On or Off in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
    to turn off fast startup, then see if you can schedule chkdsk.


    However, you really should try creating your Windows USB drive, as I have a feeling you're going to need it, and that should be a clear way to get chkdsk run, if you can get your PC booting from it.

    The following is really for interest and completeness only... ignore if you're not technically inclined:

    Note the comment here:
    Why Doesn't Scheduled Chkdsk Run On Restart?
    This gives lots of detail about chkdsk vs fast boot.

    "If it (chkdsk) will not start, it means that the system has detected no problems with the file system on the drive." I don't know if that's true.

    Regarding your CD/DVD drive- is that known to be a hardware fault?
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  4. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #14

    Cliff S said:
    I didn't see the recommendation, or that you turned Fast Boot off in BIOS(If you have it on) then give chkdsk a shot.
    My boot BIOS is on and still can't run it
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  5. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #15

    dalchina said:
    Hi, I see what Cliff S is getting at vis á vis fast boot... MS seems to have created a situation where with fast boot (where a lot more is stored on disk from your previous session e.g. so you can seem to boot faster 'cos it's reloaded) means the mechanism whereby a scheduled chkdsk is run is not actually implemented. Hmm. (I have an older laptop so haven't experienced these joys). It's associated with F8 not being available by default to let you access the boot menu by repeatedly pressing it.

    However your laptop is probably 2009 vintage- did it come with Vista? HP ProBook 4310s.. so probably doesn't use UEFI - but has a BIOS. Is that correct?

    Now try following this
    Fast Startup - Turn On or Off in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
    to turn off fast startup, then see if you can schedule chkdsk.


    However, you really should try creating your Windows USB drive, as I have a feeling you're going to need it, and that should be a clear way to get chkdsk run, if you can get your PC booting from it.

    The following is really for interest and completeness only... ignore if you're not technically inclined:

    Note the comment here:
    Why Doesn't Scheduled Chkdsk Run On Restart?
    This gives lots of detail about chkdsk vs fast boot.

    "If it (chkdsk) will not start, it means that the system has detected no problems with the file system on the drive." I don't know if that's true.

    Regarding your CD/DVD drive- is that known to be a hardware fault?
    Yes my HP was Vista and upgraded to Win 7 after Win10 and it run BIOS no UEFI I turnet off Fast Start up but still same can't run on startup windows boot normally .
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  6. dalchina's Avatar
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       #16

    Ok, so please go back to what I said, create your bootable Win 10 USB device, boot from it, get to a command prompt using that, then run chkdsk C: \F and post the result.
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  7. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #17

    dalchina said:
    Ok, so please go back to what I said, create your bootable Win 10 USB device, boot from it, get to a command prompt using that, then run chkdsk C: \F and post the result.
    THANKS A LOT ALL SORTED OUT I FOLLOWED WHAT YOU TOLD ME AND ALL IS FINE expect one thing there is a message that reads at the end Failed to transfer logged message to the event log with status 50
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  8. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #18

    Ok, well done, question remains as to whether chkdsk will run as a scheduled event on restart..

    If chkdsk has made significant changes, it's probably worth running sfc \scannow from an elevated command prompt.
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  9. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #19

    dalchina said:
    Ok, well done, question remains as to whether chkdsk will run as a scheduled event on restart..

    If chkdsk has made significant changes, it's probably worth running sfc \scannow from an elevated command prompt.
    Thanks Dalchina I can run sfc \scannow with no problems no errors where found. I scheduled to run and it worked fine also with no problems found all is fine thanks to you I appreciate your help.

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  10. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #20

    Great! Sometimes we're lucky..
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