Cocazowl 14:04 23 Aug 2004

I'm running Windows XP Pro on a machine with P4 CPU and 2 HD, one 80GB and a backup of 20GB.
Each time I boot up, I get the Windows splash screen followed by a warning that checkdisk needs to check Partition D - it runs through the process, finds nothing wrong and then proceeds to boot up. Windows is on C partition and all my other programs on D. Can anyone help me to turn the warning off?


  stylehurst 14:13 23 Aug 2004

Assuming that XP works in the same way then the way to do this is as follows:
Start a Dos box (i.e. Command Prompt)
chkntfs /x d: (where d: represents the drive you wish to stop the check of)
Press enter
type exit to close dos box.

To return to the default state where all drives are checked repeat the procedure but in this case type
chkntfs /d (this returns everything to the default state)
MS Knowledge base article 160963

Hope the above helps

  Cocazowl 14:34 23 Aug 2004

Problem resolved.
Thank you Stylehurst

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