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 I need you to visually confirm the result from the FRST log.

 

  • right click the C: drive and select Properties
  • click on the security tab and post a screenshot of the window
  • click the Advanced button and post a screenshot of the window showing the Advanced settings

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Thanks.

 

Do you have the windows 8 DVD to boot from it?


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No, Win 8 was installed on the machine when I purchased it last April


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No, Win 8 was installed on the machine when I purchased it last April

 

Ok, can you boot like you did to access Safe Mode but this time choose Command Prompt?

 

On the Command Prompt type:

bcdedit | find "osdevice"

The command above will return a drive letter run the following command by changing X: to the returned drive

chkdsk /r X:

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Hey SD,

 

No, it won't let me boot to cmd prompt through that manner. It gives me Error Code: 80070490

 

Can I do what you want above by just going to cmd prompt from within windows and this new admin user?


Edited by FireFighter254, 27 April 2014 - 03:30 PM.

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Can I do what you want above by just going to cmd prompt from within windows and this new admin user?

 

In that case type:

chkdsk /r /x c:

Answer Yes to the prompt to do the check on next boot and restart the computer.


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Ok, SD, it's scanning & repairing is says. It's been sitting at 27% complete for over 10 minutes now. Is it supposed to take this long?
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Ok, SD, it's scanning & repairing is says. It's been sitting at 27% complete for over 10 minutes now. Is it supposed to take this long?

 

Yes, sorry I forgot to warn you.


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Ok, SD, it's scanning & repairing is says. It's been sitting at 27% complete for over 10 minutes now. Is it supposed to take this long?

 
Yes, sorry I forgot to warn you.
Ok. I just wanted to make sure it wasn't locked up. Thank you for the quick reply. Still at 27% :)

Edited by FireFighter254, 27 April 2014 - 04:01 PM.

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How long on average will it take? Just so I know it's not locked up. It's still at 27%.
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How long on average will it take? Just so I know it's not locked up. It's still at 27%.

 

It depends on the Hard Drive size and problems detected.

 

Does the machine have a led showing the Disk activity? If you see it blinking its working.


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I have to go now, let the scan run and don't cancel it.
 
After boot let me know if you see some change on the file security settings for the C: drive, also I would like to see a screenshot showing the disk partitions.
 
Press the Windows Key (windows8_key.png) + X and click Disk Management, expand the window to show all the blocks before taking the picture.


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HDD activity LED is on solid meaning hard some hard activity. I just found online that MS has an issue with this utility and that many machines get stuck at the 27% for well over 24 +hours. I need this machine for work tomorrow. If I have to stop it, how do I do it and is it ok to do so. Or am I screwed.? Lol

Edited by FireFighter254, 27 April 2014 - 04:43 PM.

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Sigh... Ok. Not at you of course. I appreciate everything. I'm just so over this, being held hostage by this thing for (3) days now. Ok, will do. I will take the screenshots if it lets me access that area.

Where do you think this is headed.... Ultimately?

Edited by FireFighter254, 27 April 2014 - 04:56 PM.

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