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10 august 2014

'Disk check has been cancelled' automatically in Windows 7

When I schedule a disk check for my my C: partition (where the OS is installed) and restart my laptop, I get the message:

'A disk check has been scheduled.
To skip disk checking, press any key within 10 seconds'

Which immediately (without any user interaction whatsoever) turn into:

'A disk check has been scheduled.
Disk checking has been cancelled'

I have tried both restarting, and shutting down and powering back up my computer.
I have tried scheduling it through the Right Click --> Properties menu on the C: drive icon, as well as through cmd.
I have tried checking only 'Automatically fix file system errors', as well as both that and 'Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors'
Same result.

How to fix it:

I. Start > Search > cmd (right click run as admin)

Type the following and press Enter: 
fsutil dirty query c:

This tells you if the disk is dirty or not. If it is dirty, type the following:
chkntfs /x c:
hit Enter

chkdsk c: /r
hit Enter

Then 'Y' when it asks to reboot.

II. Make sure you're going to reboot in Normal Mode. Reboot.
  1. Hit F8 over and over as soon as your boot up screen appears. (The computer one, which appears before the Windows one.)
  2. This will take you to a DOS-like screen. Select Repair Recovery Manager. (You may be prompted to log in as an administrator user so that you can access the Command Prompt.)
  3. Form the Repair Recover Manager, select Command Prompt. This will start a command prompt window in the X: drive.
  4. Enter C: to switch to the C drive.
  5. Enter chkdsk /f (or chkdsk /r)
  6. When asked to force a dismount, enter Y
  7. The disk will now be checked.
  8. Note the results and close the command prompt. (Mine couldn't save the results to the logfile, because it was on the C drive.)
  9. Reboot.
III. Ultimate way of solution:
Going into the command prompt as administrator type in:
chkntfs /t:0
if nothing is happened reboot

The result is showing like that:



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