Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
Try to run this command chkdsk volume:/f and chkdsk volume:/r in command prompt.
Please note that volume here refers to your drive name.
For example, if you want to run Check Disk on C: drive, the command would be
chkdsk C:/f and chkdsk C:/r
See what happens after running the scan.
As for the one live scan error, try running it in safe mode with Networking if you’re directly running the scan without installing it on your computer.
To do so, see:
Start your computer in safe mode and visit this link to know more on how to run your computer in safe mode
To know about the report, visit this link
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Good Luck and have a nice day
Posted on May 26, 2010
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