Winsows Defrag Problem



mismis29
07-10-2005, 01:41 AM
When I attempt to use the Disk Deframenter in WindowsXP, I get a message that
reads "Disk Defragmenter has detected that Chkdsk is scheduled to run on the
volume: (C:). Please run chkdsk/f." So, I am not able to run the
defragmenter. Now, I seem to remember being instructed to do something
similar because I wasn't getting the Windows "Welcome" screen (without having
to choose an account). Now, when I boout up my system, it goes straight to my
desktop(which I want), but now, whatever I have done to solve that issue, has
caused another problem.

José Gallardo
07-10-2005, 01:41 AM
Start > Run and type in "chkdsk /r" without the quotes. When chkdsk is done at the next restart, try defragment.

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"mismis29" <mismis29@discussions.microsoft.com> escribió en el mensaje news:B374D6C4-9A90-4A70-AF3C-EEB9CD579CDD@microsoft.com...
> When I attempt to use the Disk Deframenter in WindowsXP, I get a message that
> reads "Disk Defragmenter has detected that Chkdsk is scheduled to run on the
> volume: (C:). Please run chkdsk/f." So, I am not able to run the
> defragmenter. Now, I seem to remember being instructed to do something
> similar because I wasn't getting the Windows "Welcome" screen (without having
> to choose an account). Now, when I boout up my system, it goes straight to my
> desktop(which I want), but now, whatever I have done to solve that issue, has
> caused another problem.

s05s
07-10-2005, 01:42 AM
"" wrote:
> When I attempt to use the Disk Deframenter in WindowsXP, I get
> a message that
> reads "Disk Defragmenter has detected that Chkdsk is scheduled
> to run on the
> volume: (C:). Please run chkdsk/f." So, I am not able to run
> the
> defragmenter. Now, I seem to remember being instructed to do
> something
> similar because I wasn't getting the Windows "Welcome" screen
> (without having
> to choose an account). Now, when I boout up my system, it goes
> straight to my
> desktop(which I want), but now, whatever I have done to solve
> that issue, has
> caused another problem.

When the defragmenter tries to move files, if it comes across bad
sectors on the HD it prompts the use to run CHKDSK. You cud-
run, type in to the box - chkdsk /f, ,agree to the question, shut down
and re-start. Then run defrag.

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