chkdsk keeps popping up

  bluenote 22:40 02 Jun 2005
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a message keeps popping up saying diskeeper has detected chkdsk is sheduled to run and is unable to defrag this partition until it has run.when I reboot chkdsk runs and shows no problems.But I am still unable to defrag ,and the message keeps appearing.I have run avg virus check.no virus.any ideas

  DieSse 22:42 02 Jun 2005

Well, is chkdsk scheduled to run?

  DieSse 22:46 02 Jun 2005

Diskeeper FAQs click here

references this problem - go down to the last point in the Efficiency section, and click on it for an answer

  gudgulf 22:46 02 Jun 2005

This thread might help click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:48 02 Jun 2005

Check Disk Prevent Upon Boot (Line 294)
click here

  bluenote 23:47 02 Jun 2005

what do i do with all these numbers?

  bluenote 13:28 03 Jun 2005

I have stopped chkdsk running at startup but the pop up warning keeps happening with increasing regularity

  DieSse 14:35 03 Jun 2005

Did you do what the Diskeeper FAQs said about the problem - seems like a good place to start to me !

  bluenote 00:23 04 Jun 2005

yes I have tried the sugestion but no luck.also i have lost all the icons on the right side of the taskbar.Any ideas how to get them back.

  DieSse 01:09 04 Jun 2005

In a Command window you can run

fsutil dirty query C:

to check whether the dirty bit is set. If it is, Diskeeper will not run. It also tells you about the dirty bit.

If you want to disable (even if only temporarily) write caching - which should mean the dirty bit is less likely to be set - Go to Device Manager - right click on the drive in question - go to Properties and click - go to Policies and open the tab - take the tick out of wrtite caching.

See if this helps.

HOWEVER - If the problem is due to the dirty bit getting set frequently, this indicates either a serious disk problem - software corruption of some kind, somewhere - other software interfering with the process (have you loaded anything which could be a culprit?). The Diskeeper FAQ says the only cure in those circumstances is some kind of Windows reƱoad/repair!

  smokingbeagle 02:07 04 Jun 2005

Start / Run / Type chkdsk /f.
It will offer to run disk on next bootup. Re-boot and let chkdsk run. Problem gone (for me atleast)

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