A number of times this week when booting up, Windows XP has said the HD needs checking for errors.It then checks for errors and free space...no problems are reported.I am puzzled as to why this keeps happening ?
This is normaly if windows as seen something it does not like understand at shut down, so it puts a message to check on startup
Today I defragged once, and printed out the report....it named 18 fragmented files.I then identified these files, they were data files from previously uninstalled programs/utilities. I then deleted them.Defragged a 2nd time, then re-booted...Windows XP then said HD needs checking for errors.. it did the check but did not do a free space check !Since then the PC has booted OK without needing a HD error check (touch wood).Unfortunately I have received no feedback on this topic apart from Woodchip (thanks Woodchip).This problem, although not serious, is a nuisance....as a matter of interest would appreciate any interested members comments.
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