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    How to switch off hard disk drive check at boot ?
    11-23-2015 11:47 PM
  2. Aziz Abdurachman's Avatar
    If your volume is "dirty", your windows likely run check disk every start up.
    I think firstly you must make sure your disk is okay (if it's not very fine),
    run command prompt, and type:
    fsutil dirty query <your drive letter>

    if it say your disk is dirty then type:
    chkdsk <your drive letter> /f /r

    This might need restart and would take about 5-30mins, then check again, run command prompt and type
    fsutil dirty query <your drive letter>

    If your volume is not dirty you can run:
    chkntfs /x <your drive letter>

    If it's still dirty, it's time to change your disk.
    11-24-2015 02:15 AM

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