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Compaq presario V2000 laptop

Whenever i start my compaq v200 laptop up here latley a blue screen comes up and it sayd ''cheking file system on D: The type of the file system is NTFS. What does this Mean?

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D: is a partition on your main drive C: NTFS = New Technology File system.

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