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Disk check at start-up fails

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I just installed an additional hard-drive on my computer. I'm running XP with a pentium 2, 425 h. I have everything running and finally got the drive formatted. I now recieve a message on start-up that there is an inconsistency in one of my drives. If I don't cancel the check it hangs up with this message: \system volume Information\_restore {DB9126F6-4507-4333-9DE4-5DCE50F77722}\rp686\A0077095.msi is crosslinked on allocation unit 1441792.
I'm running fat32 and the volume serial number is 3178ODE9.
I did find A0077095, and it appears to be a windows installer package. I thought about just deleting the file, but then I found this forum.
I've can no longer run my defragmentor either.
Thanks for any assistance,
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