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C:\$extend\$objid Is Corrupt And Unreadable


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#1 jefffox

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Posted 03 May 2008 - 07:58 PM

I dont have a clue ...during boot up, my laptop flashed a screen reading (something like) "checking file system on c:
type of file NTFS"
and then gave me 9 seconds to allow or not...had no clue so i let it...WOW
it started checking and quickly showed a full screen of lines reading "inserting an index entry into index $0 of file 31752" with the last line just blinking...forever. i finally shut down by holding the power button. when i restarted, at the option to not check for consistancy, i said no. When desktop opened, i was flooded with alerts that many files were corrupt and unreadable...i would guess at least 50. i ran Eusing registry cleaner and after that i was left with only 2 alerts...one related to a fonts tff file,(c:\windows\fonts\margett.tff) is corrupt and unreadable, and the infamous c:\$extend\$ObjId is corrupt and unreadable.
in google, this seems to happening a lot. i hadn't used that computer in quite a while, so last week i updated all of my security programs...didnt seem to cause any probs at the time.
any advice would, of course, be appreciated.
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Posted 04 May 2008 - 12:32 PM

Hi Jefffox and welcome to Bleepingcomputer
Take a look here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qi...06064049AAPZrxs and here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qi...26170751AA6AjdT

Are you having something that looks like this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chkdsk scrool down the page until you see a typical results.
Does it look like that? Before you shut down your computer what does the results say, Does it JUST say inserting an index entry into index $0 of file 31752.

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Posted 04 May 2008 - 12:39 PM

I would run chkdsk /r on that partition.

Chkdsk /f is the system's utility for repairing problems such as it seems you might have. Chkdsk /r (additionally) recovers data from bad sectors, as well as doing the 3 main fixes done by chkdsk /f.

The equivalent of chkdsk /r can be run from My Computer by using the Graphical Version procedures outlined in XP Chkdsk, Using the Graphical Version (My Computer) - http://www.updatexp.com/windows-xp-chkdsk.html

Put check marks in both options (scan, recover) if using the Graphical Version...and let it run to completion.

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Posted 04 May 2008 - 09:35 PM

'preciate the feedback...yes, it just says "inserting an index entry into the index $0 of file 31752"
i ran dskchk again as you suggested, and it hung up again...when i checked the log (after i had to shut down using the power button, and rebooted, the log had no entries related to anything...still get constant warnings about the $Extent\$ObjId being corrupt and unreadable. what i dont have much of value saved on the hard drive...and all my programs are still available...would reformatting the drive help, and would it have a down side???
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Posted 05 May 2008 - 06:13 AM

Just a thought, but if chkdsk is generating repeated errors, one possible cause is a failing/dying hard drive. Try a diagnostic utility from the manufacturer of your hard drive (usually free) to see if it's the disk itself
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