The machine runs XP home, > 80 Gb hard drive, , about 46 Gb frre space, around 180,000 files. Does that sound like a good time schedule? > I realize there is no "official" answer to these questions, just wondering > if the schedule seems reasonable.> http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/getstarted/speed.mspx#EKAA > > > Bump. GRRRRRRR!!! my review here
After keying F8 and selecting Safe Mode, the screen will have Safe Mode in blue at the bottom. Clicking on the DOS "safe mode" option would only recycle back to the DOS (or BIOS) screen offering the "safe mode" option. anyway, that is a very nasty bug in Windows XP pre SP1 I'd say. Stay logged in Sign up now!
Login now. my drive "i:" went "missing" so i typed in "chkdsk i: /v". CMagalha replied Mar 18, 2017 at 8:41 AM Windows Automatic recovery?
CHKDSK is recovering lost files. It started auto rebooting XP and consistently failing as the desktop started populating. I already told you, I am an *****. It's a good idea to run check disk weekly.
I have a PC running XP Home SP2. How Can I Run Check Disk from Windows on a Linux formatted RAID Partition? One of the regulars there said that if> your Windows directory has the I386 folder in it, you can completely> reinstall windows from that folder by burning it to CD, then BSOD and chkdsk wont run now (very long) Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's
I tried to reinstall the op sys with a Windows XP upgrade disk (don't have an eMachine restore disk (DUH!)) and it couldn't find a previous op sys (probably deleted as I realize we all have the same three elements in common : NTFS, 160gb hdd, and XP pro, what's the problem there? Defragment on that interval a few times, and assess whether the computer generally feels faster after doing so. This is definitely not normal behaviour.
If the answer is no, defrag less frequently.Repeat a few times, and you'll soon settle into a frequency that works well for you.-- Ken BlakePlease Reply to the Newsgroup Related Resources asked 5 years ago viewed 887 times active 5 years ago Upcoming Events 2017 Community Moderator Election ends Mar 28 Related 2chkdsk doesn't repair the file system corruption I have, now Is crime an issue in the US countryside, especially for a cyclist? how can i run CHKDSK with /F (fix) chkdsk still doesn't run at the reboot.
It worked on my Windows 2000 Pro. http://midsolutions.org/xp-home/xp-home-spyware.html Nope - NTFS will paper over problems it finds (thus hiding from yousomething you need to know - that your HD may be dying) but it can donothing to save data The only errors in the event viewer are: >> >> Event Source: Perflib>> Event Category: None>> Event ID: 1015>> Date: 6/4/2005>> Time: 3:56:38 PM>> User: N/A>> Computer: P4DESKTOP>> Description:>> The timeout What waters?
I had also made an image backup (with >DI), reformatted, and restored the backup ending up with the same errors. >It makes sense that an image type backup might carry file The higher you go with the compression, thelonger time it takes for a backup. FrogMan: half frog, half man; but which half? 25-03-2006,09:20 PM #10 gibler View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Elite Join Date Feb 2005 Location Dunedin Posts 1,597 Re: get redirected here Triple6, Nov 24, 2006 #6 [emailprotected] Thread Starter Joined: Jul 4, 2005 Messages: 483 Did as you stated, then went to "Events for logon report" and everything is fine.
I'll see if I can find it. Yeah here: From Webopedia.com: "In PCs, to convert a 16-bit to a 32-bit address, and vice versa. Augie65, Oct 13, 2006 #2 [emailprotected] Thread Starter Joined: Jul 4, 2005 Messages: 483 Thanks, Augie.
I recently ran into the same problem with chkdsk clearing alot of files from my 160gb drive..I found a way through though,.. FrogMan: half frog, half man; but which half? 25-03-2006,02:11 PM #3 Graham L View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Pedant and proud of it Join Date Dec 2004 Location Christchurch Also, see if manufacturer (IBM) has a new BIOS for this system's motherboard. Can it replace an updated file with an older one and cause problems?
Does that sound like a good time > schedule? Say good by to the invoices that you were going to mail tonight at the close of business. CHKDSK find these errors, exports the segments owned by both files, and purifies your filesystem (by deleting files that were cross allocated). useful reference WARNING!
Chkdsk/Memory Doesn't Find Any Errors solved Errors found in Memtest of 4 modules of ram BSOD, Auto-restarts, and CHKDSK errors, oh my. Thank you in advance to everyone. Windows XP Pro, 160gb hard drive with a partition right in the middle, so I get disks D and E, with a separate 20gb C drive, all have NTFS partition or I get this happening when I am running computers from a generator.
solved Black screen after restart. Then you can use that CD to make a repair install if needed. Best wishes and thanks in advance Sergio (finnerss) Dec 17, 2004 #4 HoopaJoop TS Rookie Posts: 90 This is an interesting problem. My question is why ?
I have an installation CD that includes SP1 in case I have to reinstall.Simple : when you have no problem to boot Windows XP in safe mode with the key F8 Ialso tried Drive Image 7, and a few other backup programs and NONE ofthem would work correctly.From now on I'll just use the built-in backup built into the IBMThinkpads. Any suggestions short of a reinstall?Fox Hunter 20 answers Last reply Jun 11, 2005 More about probelm safe mode chkdsk AnonymousJun 5, 2005, 7:08 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain (More info?)CHKNTFS.EXE: Thus, I wastrying to fit 41 Gb of data in a 35 Gb partition.
If there is a difference between the original and the> copy actualy in use (for instance in C:\Windows\system32) the sfc command> replaced the suspect or corrupted file with a safe copy running disk cleanup and defrag as a scheduled event after running disk check on an external hard drive,Folder and files disappeared Can't find your answer ?