probelm with checkdisc

  darkknight86 16:31 28 Mar 06
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I went into c: properties and set the checkdisc to run on the next boot
unfortunately it started but could not access
the disc and now everytime I boot it starts
but get the same error message
CHECKING FILE SYSTEM ON C:
THE TYPE OF FILE SYSTEM IS NTFS
CANNOT OPEN VOLUME FOR DIRECT ACCESS
WINDOWS HAS FINISHED CHECKING DISC ...
including the three dots
windows then starts normally and their is no other probelms
I would just like to get rid of this message
turning checkdisc on again has no effect
driving me nuts trying to find an answer

  phono 16:45 28 Mar 06

Restart your computer and press f8 while it boots you should get a list of options, choose safe mode with command prompt, once loaded you should get a c: prompt at the prompt type chkdsk /r /f and let that run to completion.

Type exactly as above, the spaces are important. If that doesn't help let windows boot normally and click Start -> Run, type in sfc /scannow, make sure you have your windows CD handy as it will probably ask for it, let that complete and see how you get on.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:52 28 Mar 06

Check Disk Prevent Upon Boot (Line 294)
click here

  darkknight86 21:34 28 Mar 06

Thanks for help
used the sfc/scannow
and computer definately was better
finally lost the error message by disabling
Zone Alarm Pro then restarting
I have now enabled Zone Alarm and it is cured
very good result

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