2-3 days ago I was using my computer and all of a sudden it froze, I waited a while to see if it would restart but it didnt (I tried ALT CTRL DEL, but it didnt do anything) so I turned it off, when I restarted it a Black screen came up and it said the following:
Checking file system on C
type of file system is NTFS
volume label is OS
One of your disk needs to be checked for consistency. You may cancel disk check but it is strongly recommended. Cancell by pressign any key
So I let it go and it it said the following:
-Correcting error in index $I30 for file 2122
Then it started doing things, too much to write down but in the end it completes 3 steps of 3 and it restarts. It will work fine for a while but then all of a sudden it refreezes and there is nothing I can do about it but to turn it off. When I turn it back on sometimes it starts and ask if I want to start in safe mode or not, when I did try it just froze again so when it asks me I tell it to start normally.
What I noticed is that it doesnt always do the "check for consistency" thing, but almost always, In the past 2-3 days it did it at least 6-7 times (quite annoying).
I checked on this forum for answers and I got this:
Click Start, then Run (Search In Vista)
Type cmd, and click Ok
At the prompt in the command window that opens, type fsutil dirty query ?: and press Enter (Where ? is the letter of the drive to queried)
Does the result of this indicate the drive is "Dirty"?
But when I do it it tells me: The FSUTIL requires that you have administrative privileges
I am loged in the administrator account when I do this, so I dont know what to do, can any one please help me?