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

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  1. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
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    Windows 10 Scheduled Disk Check Won't Run on system startup


    Hi there im having problem with my windows 10 Pro 64 bit I get a notification to restart my computer to repair disk errors every time I restart my system it fails to run disk repair. So I run a check disk scan first, Run as Administrator command by typing chkdsk C: /scan with no problems I’ve got some repairs to be fixed offline. So I use the command chkdsk C: /spotfix and I get Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N) Y This volume will be checked the next time the system restarts.
    Whenever I schedule a disk check and restart the computer, absolutely nothing happens my system simply boots up as it normally does. So I Open registry and browse to key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager
    “BootExecute” The registry value for BootExecute reads: autocheck autochk /p \??\C: autocheck autochk *
    My file System is NTFS and my Disk is FUJITSU_MHZ2320BJ_G2 please help me to solve this issue.
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,875
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #2

    Hi, I'd suggest running chkdsk C: /F from a boot disk, then when that's ok, boot up and run sfc /Scannow from an elevated command prompt.

    Once all clear, you can try a scheduled chkdsk again to see if that works.

    Note: I like a utility called 'chkdsk assist'. There's also ChdskGUI - not tried it.
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  3. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,875
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #3

    ..sorry CheckdiskGUI
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  4. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #4

    dalchina said:
    Hi, I'd suggest running chkdsk C: /F from a boot disk, then when that's ok, boot up and run sfc /Scannow from an elevated command prompt.

    Once all clear, you can try a scheduled chkdsk again to see if that works.

    Note: I like a utility called 'chkdsk assist'. There's also ChdskGUI - not tried it.
    will that tool work on Windows 10 ?
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  5. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,875
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    LIDO said:
    will that tool work on Windows 10 ?
    I've used chkdsk assist - these are just front ends to chkdsk- a convenience. So there shouldn't really be a problem, so long as the parameters for chkdsk remain unchanged.
    TR Tools
    (quoted up to Win 7). Screenshots from my Win 10.
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  6. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
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    dalchina said:
    I've used chkdsk assist - these are just front ends to chkdsk- a convenience. So there shouldn't really be a problem, so long as the parameters for chkdsk remain unchanged.
    TR Tools
    (quoted up to Win 7). Screenshots from my Win 10.
    Windows 10 Scheduled  Disk Check Won't Run on system startup-snap-2015-10-05-08.10.42.pngWindows 10 Scheduled  Disk Check Won't Run on system startup-snap-2015-10-05-08.12.46.pngWindows 10 Scheduled  Disk Check Won't Run on system startup-snap-2015-10-05-08.13.10.png
    Same issue absolutely nothing happens my system simply boots up as it normally does. Can't boot with the disk I don't have Windows 10 operating disk. ANY other suggestions?
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  7. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,875
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
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    Hi, You can also easily get yourself a Win 10 boot disk - free. A quick search tells you how to do that- instructions posted widely on the internet.
    Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums
    So you get yourself a boot disk and run chkdsk from that.

    This shows you the startup options from your Win 10 boot disk
    Advanced Startup Options - Boot to in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

    Look for 'command prompt' in the above.
    So you can then run chkdsk.

    You may need this disk to do an inplace repair install if there's no other way of sorting your problem, by booting normally and using your new Win 10 disk.
    Instructions here:
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade - Windows 10 Forums

    Strongly recommended:
    If you are not already in the habit of using disk imaging, start now. Windows is, sadly, fragile. Using disk imaging lets you get out of predicaments without specialist technical knowledge and in a defined short time.

    Before any significant repair actions, get a copy of e.g. Macrium Reflect or Aomei Backupper (free).
    Install and create the boot CD.
    You need an external USB disk, say twice the size of the partition/disk you are backing up for long term use.
    Create a disk image.
    This should be done regularly as a matter of course with Windows, being fragile. Subsequent backups are smaller and fast being differential or incremental.
    It also gives you a complete backup from which you can extract files.
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  8. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #8

    Thanks a lot for helping me I've downloaded the ISO File on a USB because my CD/DVD Drive is not working so how can I run and get around to perform CHKDSK from the USB sorry for being so painfully, and do I have to disable the Antivirus program before starting to 1st steps.
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  9. Posts : 10
    windows 10 pro 64 bit
    Thread Starter
       #9

    dalchina said:
    Hi, You can also easily get yourself a Win 10 boot disk - free. A quick search tells you how to do that- instructions posted widely on the internet.
    Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums
    So you get yourself a boot disk and run chkdsk from that.

    This shows you the startup options from your Win 10 boot disk
    Advanced Startup Options - Boot to in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

    Look for 'command prompt' in the above.
    So you can then run chkdsk.

    You may need this disk to do an inplace repair install if there's no other way of sorting your problem, by booting normally and using your new Win 10 disk.
    Instructions here:
    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade - Windows 10 Forums

    Strongly recommended:
    If you are not already in the habit of using disk imaging, start now. Windows is, sadly, fragile. Using disk imaging lets you get out of predicaments without specialist technical knowledge and in a defined short time.

    Before any significant repair actions, get a copy of e.g. Macrium Reflect or Aomei Backupper (free).
    Install and create the boot CD.
    You need an external USB disk, say twice the size of the partition/disk you are backing up for long term use.
    Create a disk image.
    This should be done regularly as a matter of course with Windows, being fragile. Subsequent backups are smaller and fast being differential or incremental.
    It also gives you a complete backup from which you can extract files.
    Thanks a lot for helping me I've downloaded the ISO File on a USB because my CD/DVD Drive is not working so how can I run and get around to perform CHKDSK from the USB sorry for being so painfully, and do I have to disable the Antivirus program before starting to 1st steps.
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  10. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,875
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #10

    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.
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