Scanning and repairing volume (\\?\Volume...) every startup


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Build 15063)
       #1

    Scanning and repairing volume (\\?\Volume...) every startup


    help..
    this problem comes up after i upgrade my windows 10 anniv update to creators update
    every time i startup, this thing comes ... Scanning and repairing volume (\\?\Volume...) 100% complete
    it just took 5 seconds and get into windows after that
    and then i re-install my windows 10 (creators update) with my FD (format the C: and install) anddddd this problem is still showing.

    it's really annoying me..
    sorry for my english

    Scanning and repairing volume (\?\Volume...) every startup-18057910_2403147296492638_766012082791102509_n.jpg
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  2. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #2

    Hi

    I ran minitool partition wizard and I found a small partition on my second Hard Drive.(Not the drive with win 10 OS) I deleted it and merged it with the other partion. Seems to me now that the scanning of the volume is gone.
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Build 15063)
    Thread Starter
       #3

    cyclone22 said:
    hi

    i ran minitool partition wizard and i found a small partition on my second hard drive.(not the drive with win 10 os) i deleted it and merged it with the other partion. Seems to me now that the scanning of the volume is gone.
    thankyou very much! Now solved!
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  4. Posts : 1
    Win10-pro-64b
       #4

    Another way to fix this problem.


    ryanpratama14 said:
    help..
    this problem comes up after i upgrade my windows 10 anniv update to creators update
    every time i startup, this thing comes ... Scanning and repairing volume (\\?\Volume...) 100% complete
    it just took 5 seconds and get into windows after that
    and then i re-install my windows 10 (creators update) with my FD (format the C: and install) anddddd this problem is still showing.

    it's really annoying me..
    sorry for my english

    Scanning and repairing volume (\?\Volume...) every startup-18057910_2403147296492638_766012082791102509_n.jpg
    I have found a solution to this problem and posted on my personal website, use a partitioning software in order to view the mentioned volume or cmd.
    https://sites.google.com/site/drmoha...-on-win-10-pro
    Hope that helps.
    Actually I did not have this problem earlier on my Flex notebook, maybe because it was early last year, and same my G50.
    Thank you.
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  5. reddwarf4ever's Avatar
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    windows 10 PRO
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    Mohanad said:
    I have found a solution to this problem and posted on my personal website, use a partitioning software in order to view the mentioned volume or cmd.
    My feedback on Win-10-pro. - Dr-Mohanad
    Hope that helps.
    Actually I did not have this problem earlier on my Flex notebook, maybe because it was early last year, and same my G50.
    Thank you.
    giving this a go now Thanks P.S. did you also have the legacy boot manager istead of the standard one?

    UPDATE is this connected ? have two small partitions on my boot SSD

    Scanning and repairing volume (\?\Volume...) every startup-minitool-partition-wizard-technician-11.5-2020-06-.png

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    Mohanad said:
    I have found a solution to this problem and posted on my personal website, use a partitioning software in order to view the mentioned volume or cmd.
    My feedback on Win-10-pro. - Dr-Mohanad
    Hope that helps.
    Actually I did not have this problem earlier on my Flex notebook, maybe because it was early last year, and same my G50.
    Thank you.
    I merged the unformatted partition with the C drive and looks like its fixed
    Last edited by reddwarf4ever; 13 Jun 2020 at 15:39.
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