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  1.    07 May 2017 #40

    When inserting the " chkdsk C: /f /offlinescanandfix " in CMD , its saying ,will be executed next boot .
    But nothing happens its booting into Windows again.
    This regkey is empty in regedit , its missing this autocheck autochk* , there is nothing.
    After appying in CMD , and reboot , I got this in regedit ;

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       07 May 2017 #41

    Are you able to use any of the other options to run check disk?
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  3.    07 May 2017 #42

    Nope, only inside Windows by clicking on the OS-partition , in " This PC " .
    Not working with CMD ,before reboot.......inserting command, reboot, no checkdisk , its skipping it everytime,no matter of the command you inserted..........!
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       07 May 2017 #43

    If you like, try downloading and merging the .reg file below to set to run chkdsk at boot on the C: drive may help. It'll set the BootExecute value in the registry to look like this below.


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  5.    07 May 2017 #44

    Will try, just a moment...........
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       07 May 2017 #45

    I just had another thought.

    Do you have Fast Startup turned on?

    If you do, turn it off and try running chkdsk at boot again to see if that may be the issue.

    Turn On or Off Fast Startup in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials
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  7.    07 May 2017 #46

    The reg-key looks normal , after applying your key.
    Will go into bios for disabling fastboot now.
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  8.    07 May 2017 #47

    It does not chance a thing !
    Set on fastboot disabled, gave the CMD ,rebooted, skipped the checkdisk (!), and rebooted ok.
    Again this strange looking reg-key ,after the reboot , this time with your reg-key behind it .............!??
    So, what you see on my upload and your "autocheck autochk* " after it.
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       07 May 2017 #48

    Fast Boot isn't the same as Fast Startup. Double check using the tutorial link above to see if it's also turned off.

    That's what I had in my registry after running the command to schedule chkdsk to run at startup.
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  10.    07 May 2017 #49

    I dont have a hybernate-file at all , so its all disabled, but it did not chance the fact ,not possible to make a checkdisk before reboot.
    I wonder ; if the checkdisk in Windows ( so with the checkdisk by clicking on the OS-partition in "This PC" ) goes well ,and no further actions are required, is there still any need to perform a checkdisk before reboot ( with CMD)..............???
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