I follow the steps ending with chkdsk /f /r c: then Y. I reboot. It goes straight back to desktop. I can't get chkdsk to actually start. When I try to do it manually it fails.
Any help please?
I have no errors, no crashes, and no startup problems. Only error I seem to get lately is when using a graphic heavy game, it works fine, then randomly slows down to almost frame by frame. But that is a graphic driver issue.
Check Disk just will not start and my C - Dirty. How can I actually get check disk to run?
Edited by nonothingofpc, 04 September 2008 - 12:15 PM.