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    pietcorus2 said: View Post
    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)..............???
    If you can run chkdsk from within Windows 10 using Option 2, then there's no need to do so at boot.
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  2.    #51

    Yes, we can do so !
    And ,afterwards, see the results in the eventvieuwer; " no further actions are required " !
    This means this thread is solved ?
    Remains the question ; why not possible to make a checkdisk before reboot.
    Brink, if you say ; all is well and keep it as it is, then its fine to me also............
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    Yep, as long as you can run chkdsk inside Windows, you're fine. :)

    It seems like something is blocking chkdsk from running at boot on your PC. Possibly "Secure Boot" or a 3rd party security program?
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  4.    #53

    Thanks man, Im happy with your answer , I will not make troubles/headaches when not neccesary............:)
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    You're most welcome. :)
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    Brink said: View Post
    Yep, as long as you can run chkdsk inside Windows, you're fine. :)

    It seems like something is blocking chkdsk from running at boot on your PC. Possibly "Secure Boot" or a 3rd party security program?
    Brink, I followed each tutorial, to the letter, and when the laptop restarted, the same "Restart to repair drive errors" message. PowerShell said, "No errors". Elevated Command Prompt, "Errors found. CHKDSK cannot continue in read-only mode."

    There are 5 instances of "corrupt" record segment, as seen in the image attached.

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    You might scan the drive with something like SeaTools from your drive's manufacturer to check the health of the drive.

    Just to be safe, I would recommend to backup anything you don't want to lose in case you may need to format the drive to clear the corruption.
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    Brink said: View Post
    You might scan the drive with something like SeaTools from your drive's manufacturer to check the health of the drive.

    Just to be safe, I would recommend to backup anything you don't want to lose in case you may need to format the drive to clear the corruption.
    Thanks man. I downloaded the SeaTools from the link you included. I've used an older version of the software, and it seemed pretty cool then.
    Thanks again.
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