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Please help! Recently, when I start Windows XP, it wants to check my C: drive for disk consistency errors or something of the sort. If I let it do this, my computer gets SO screwed up! ALL these programs only half function (including IE, Acrobat, etc) and I get all these error messages. Since I obviously didn't want that, I restored my system using GoBack (Windows XP system restore would NOT work), and everything is okay. However, everytime I reboot it still wants to do the disk consistency check. How do I stop this? And is there something really wrong with my computer?

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