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Chkdsk gets stuck for windows XP on restarting

The chkdsk runs on my C: drive
and it gets stuck at 28 % complete.
then i when i restarted again ...i find sort index ...mesage and it gets stuck

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Try running these two free programs, Diskcheckup and SmartDefrag. (Just copy the addresses here and paste into your address bar.)

Diskcheckup reads your hard drives and tells you if there are errors, or it reads "OK" in a wide variety of categories. http://www.passmark.com/products/diskcheckup.htm

Once that is done, download and run SmartDefrag. This program, also free, will constantly defrag your system while you are working, but will not interfere with what you are doing. It will also mark any bad areas on your drives to be avoided by the system.

http://www.download.com/Smart-Defrag/3000-2094_4-10759533.html

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I would suggest you first try the Start Up Repair for Windows XP.
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Put your Bootable Windows XP CD in your CD-Drive/DVD-Drive..
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I was defraging my c drive and the screen went blank. I have a PC with XP When it appeared the defrag was complete by no blincking lite I shut down and restarted monitor still blank


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now pick option 2.
you will taken into DOS, type 1, it will appear C:>windows\ (type chkdsk)
C:>windows\chkdsk (enter)
after that type exit
C:>windows\exit --> good luck

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It sounds like you have some or the files used to start up your computer are corrupted.

The following procedure is not for beginners. If you are unsure about your ability to complete this task then bring it to a professional who can.

You are going to need your Windows CD to attempt this procedure.

First insert the windows XP or Vista Disk. Start up the computer. The computer should ask if you want to boot from the CD/DVD.

*Skip to the next paragraph if it says boot from CD/DVD.
If it does not then restart the PC and press F2 (or possibly another button. It should say press a button to enter setup on the first screen when the computer starts). Next there should be an option for boot. In the boot menu you should move your CD drive higher on the list than your Hard drive. Sometimes it may say press "a button" for boot sequence at startup. Compaq computers do that. Restart and then press enter when the pc asks to boot from the CD/DVD.

The setup should load and then you want to press R for Repair. It should then ask you to choose an installation. Normally there is only one choice. (C:\Windows). press the number beside your copy of windows, usually 1. Then you'll need to type the administrator password from the pc. Unfortunately if you do not know your administrator password you will not be able to continue from here (Remember to try a blank password).

*If you have forgotten your admin password you could download and burn a OPHcrack to a disk and it would find your admin password if you inserted it into the PC at startup just like the windows disc.

Next you should type the following command without the quotes: "chkdsk /r" the disk should check for and try and repair errors. When it completes you should run "fixboot" and "fixmbr" repair the startup process of the computer.

If this does not work and XP still wont start. I would recommend downloading Knoppix and burning it to a CD. It will boot the same as a the windows setup disk and you can recover the files from your hard drive with it. Attach an external drive and right click on the properties of the drive that appears, click on device and uncheck read only. Then double click the drive to mount it. The drives of your old computer should be called something like hda1 and maybe hda2. Open them and copy the data from the drive to the one that appeared when you plugged it in.

After copying the data you can reinstall windows and copy the data back.

I hope this helps you,
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2. Next screen select Windows Safe Mode.
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4. In the prompt, type chkdsk c: /r and hit enter.
It will ask you if you want to run the chkdsk next time you restart, type y and hit enter. Close the command screen and restart.
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use this one:

chkdsk /r

box will come up saying your drive is locked.

Type "Y" for yes. press enter.

Restart the computer and let the disk check process run.

Pay attention towards the end you'll get a two second flash telling you if there were any problems, etc.

Let me know what happens.

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Sometimes pc restarts


may have been a filesystem problem...do one thing. if you have the winxp cd..boot in recovery console.

refer here for info on how to run reconvery console.

in the console command, type chkdsk /r, like this

c:WINNTchkdsk /r

let it run until finish...do this several times, at least 2 or 3 times. then restart your PC again.

if you don't have the winxp CD, but still can go to windows. try running the check disk using command line.

START >> RUN >> type cmd

in the command console type chkdsk /r then press Y......restart your PC.

let us know if you need more info.

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