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autochk program not found skipping autocheck

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Ok so a few months ago (Nov. I think) I was running Windows update and it was at the screen that has the little button that says "Finish", then my computer froze, locked-up, hung, whatever you want to call it, oh and I should mention that it isn't uncommon for my computer to lock-up, as it does 10 times a day, but anyway it locked-up and then I restarted it as always and then after the black loading screen with the XP logo and the loading bar a blue screen saying this appeared "autochk program not found skipping autocheck". And I've tried everything that I can Safe-Mode, Last Known Configuration, PTEdit, and XP Recovery Console(http://www.geekstogo...tml&pid=1364446). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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try this...
check the boot paths...
click Start ... Run ... Type in msconfig ... OK ...
Boot.ini tab ... Check All Boot Paths button ...
A dialog box will open detailing the location of any invalid operating
system locations ... Confirm you want to remove the entry and reboot
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