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Chkdsk Runs Everytime I Boot!


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#1 CarbonX

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 11:54 AM

Here's the log:

Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS.


One of your disks needs to be checked for consistency. You
may cancel the disk check, but it is strongly recommended
that you continue.
Windows will now check the disk.						 
The record length of attribute of type 0x0 and instance tag 0x0
in file 0x3b84b should not be zero.
Truncating badly linked attribute records
from file record segment 243787.
Cleaning up minor inconsistencies on the drive.
Cleaning up 11 unused index entries from index $SII of file 0x9.
Cleaning up 11 unused index entries from index $SDH of file 0x9.
Cleaning up 11 unused security descriptors.
CHKDSK is verifying Usn Journal...
Usn Journal verification completed.
Windows has made corrections to the file system.

  77377072 KB total disk space.
  33450012 KB in 262437 files.
	122880 KB in 21120 indexes.
		 0 KB in bad sectors.
	953172 KB in use by the system.
	 65536 KB occupied by the log file.
  42851008 KB available on disk.

	  4096 bytes in each allocation unit.
  19344268 total allocation units on disk.
  10712752 allocation units available on disk.

Internal Info:
20 45 07 00 b1 53 04 00 00 e7 06 00 00 00 00 00   E...S..........
85 08 00 00 02 00 00 00 b4 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  ................
a0 ad 02 08 00 00 00 00 40 67 55 e6 00 00 00 00  ........@gU.....
e0 44 2d 5d 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  .D-]............
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 f0 f0 55 5c 01 00 00 00  ..........U\....
99 9e 36 00 00 00 00 00 b8 41 07 00 25 01 04 00  ..6......A..%...
00 00 00 00 00 70 a0 f9 07 00 00 00 80 52 00 00  .....p.......R..

Windows has finished checking your disk.
Please wait while your computer restarts.

Can anyone tell me what to do?

System INFO:

- Processor: 2.9ghz Pentium 4
- OS: Windows XP Home edition
- Manufacterer: eMachines
- RAM: 504MB/512MB
- FREE space on drive C:\ is 45.4GB
- Indexing ON

Edited by CarbonX, 06 June 2008 - 12:01 PM.


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Posted 06 June 2008 - 12:21 PM

If you are properly shutting windows down and upon restarting checkdisk runs every time I would suspect that your hard drive may be failing...Do you notice any unusual sounds like "clicking" coming from your hard drive while it is running?

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 12:32 PM

If you are properly shutting windows down and upon restarting checkdisk runs every time I would suspect that your hard drive may be failing...Do you notice any unusual sounds like "clicking" coming from your hard drive while it is running?


I do hear them, but very rarely and only at high CPU usage, is this a problem? (They are tick tick sounds)


The computer is running quite smoothly however, i have experienced the following problems:

- My documents got completely wiped out, when i access the folder it's blank, and it still says the files are existing.

Edited by CarbonX, 06 June 2008 - 12:36 PM.


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Posted 06 June 2008 - 12:41 PM

Click sounds coming from your hard drive are usually a sign that it is failing...I would try to find the manufacturer of your hard drive...Go to their web site and download a utility to diagnose the hard drive...They are usually free...If you don't know the manufacturer of the drive download this tool with the installer:

http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html

It will tell you what it is along with lots of other goodies...
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Posted 06 June 2008 - 12:48 PM

Click sounds coming from your hard drive are usually a sign that it is failing...I would try to find the manufacturer of your hard drive...Go to their web site and download a utility to diagnose the hard drive...They are usually free...If you don't know the manufacturer of the drive download this tool with the installer:

http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html

It will tell you what it is along with lots of other goodies...


Thanks, i'l check that out, i'l post my results.

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:01 PM

It says 'nanya technology', and their website doesn't say a thing.

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:07 PM

What is the Make and Model number of your computer? I did a search for Nanya Technologies and the only hits I recieved were for RAM modules...This isn't what you want...
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Posted 06 June 2008 - 02:14 PM

What is the Make and Model number of your computer? I did a search for Nanya Technologies and the only hits I recieved were for RAM modules...This isn't what you want...


Emachines E4024 Desktop with monitor and speakers

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 03:00 PM

Did a search at eMachine support site for your model...under specifications it says that you have a 80GB 7200 SATA HDD but it doesn't give the manufacturer...When you downloaded SIW and opened it up, look in the hardware section...click on storage devices...a new window should open up stating what you C: drive manufacturer is...May be Western Digital, Maxtor, Fujitsu or Seagate or whatever...
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Posted 07 June 2008 - 04:41 AM

Did a search at eMachine support site for your model...under specifications it says that you have a 80GB 7200 SATA HDD but it doesn't give the manufacturer...When you downloaded SIW and opened it up, look in the hardware section...click on storage devices...a new window should open up stating what you C: drive manufacturer is...May be Western Digital, Maxtor, Fujitsu or Seagate or whatever...


Yeah, it's 80GB.

Here you go!

Property	Value
Type	Direct Access Device
Model	HDS728080PLA380
Interface	ATA SATA
Serial Number	PFDB20S5S86RYJ
Revision	PF2OA60A
Product Id	0PLA380
Product Revision	PF2O
Size	82 GBytes
Removable	No
Logical Disks	C: D: 
Controller Buffer Size on Drive	7677 KBytes
Capabilities	DMA, LBA, IORDY_Disable, IORDY
PIO Mode Support	0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
DMA SW Mode Support	Not Supported
DMA MW Mode Support	0 - 1 - 2
UDMA Mode Support	0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 (ATA/66) - 5 (ATA/100) - 6 (ATA/133)
Current UDMA mode	5 (ATA-100)
Support NCQ	Yes
Support IFPWRMNGTRCV	Yes
Temperature	29 C (84 F)
SMART Support	Yes
	
Attribute Name	Attribute Value	 Threshold Value	 Raw Data
Raw Read Error Rate (01)			  100					016					0
Throughput Performance (02)			  100					050					0
Spin Up Time (03)			  104					024					12583103
Start/Stop Count (04)			  100					000					1267
Reallocated Sector Count (05)			  100					005					0
Seek Error Rate (07)			  100					067					0
Seek Time Performance (08)			  100					020					0
Power On Hours Count (09)			  100					000					4309
Spin Retry Count (0A)			  100					060					0
Power Cycle Count (0C)			  100					000					1264
Power-off retract count (C0)			  099					050					1292
Load/unload cycle count (C1)			  099					050					1292
HDA Temperature (C2)			  189					000					786461
Reallocation event count (C4)			  100					000					0
Current pending sector count (C5)			  100					000					0
Off-line uncorrectable sector count (C6)			  100					000					0
Ultra ATA CRC Error Rate (C7)			  200					000					0

Could you analyze that?

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 05:33 AM

Did a search at eMachine support site for your model...under specifications it says that you have a 80GB 7200 SATA HDD but it doesn't give the manufacturer...When you downloaded SIW and opened it up, look in the hardware section...click on storage devices...a new window should open up stating what you C: drive manufacturer is...May be Western Digital, Maxtor, Fujitsu or Seagate or whatever...


Yeah, it's 80GB.

Here you go!

Property	Value
Type	Direct Access Device
Model	HDS728080PLA380
Interface	ATA SATA
Serial Number	PFDB20S5S86RYJ
Revision	PF2OA60A
Product Id	0PLA380
Product Revision	PF2O
Size	82 GBytes
Removable	No
Logical Disks	C: D: 
Controller Buffer Size on Drive	7677 KBytes
Capabilities	DMA, LBA, IORDY_Disable, IORDY
PIO Mode Support	0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
DMA SW Mode Support	Not Supported
DMA MW Mode Support	0 - 1 - 2
UDMA Mode Support	0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 (ATA/66) - 5 (ATA/100) - 6 (ATA/133)
Current UDMA mode	5 (ATA-100)
Support NCQ	Yes
Support IFPWRMNGTRCV	Yes
Temperature	29 C (84 F)
SMART Support	Yes
	
Attribute Name	Attribute Value	 Threshold Value	 Raw Data
Raw Read Error Rate (01)			  100					016					0
Throughput Performance (02)			  100					050					0
Spin Up Time (03)			  104					024					12583103
Start/Stop Count (04)			  100					000					1267
Reallocated Sector Count (05)			  100					005					0
Seek Error Rate (07)			  100					067					0
Seek Time Performance (08)			  100					020					0
Power On Hours Count (09)			  100					000					4309
Spin Retry Count (0A)			  100					060					0
Power Cycle Count (0C)			  100					000					1264
Power-off retract count (C0)			  099					050					1292
Load/unload cycle count (C1)			  099					050					1292
HDA Temperature (C2)			  189					000					786461
Reallocation event count (C4)			  100					000					0
Current pending sector count (C5)			  100					000					0
Off-line uncorrectable sector count (C6)			  100					000					0
Ultra ATA CRC Error Rate (C7)			  200					000					0

Could you analyze that?



It seems from the model number that this is a Hitachi Drive...The diagnostic tool that you want can be downloaded here, It is called "Drive Fitness Test"...There are a couple of options...One is a floppy disk and the other is CD...There is a couple of links for user manuals and "Read"...I suggest looking them over first...

http://www.hitachigst.com/hdd/support/down...htm#FeatureTool
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Posted 07 June 2008 - 05:38 AM

I'm a little confused, which one would i need?

# Diskette creator for Windows OS (2,130 K)
Creates self-booting media to run DFT | Read Me | Having trouble creating the bootable diskette?
# Binary diskette image for non-Windows OS (1,440 K)
Creates self-booting media to run DFT | Read Me
# CD image (2,718 K)
Creates bootable CD for Linux, Windows and other operating systems ( requires CD-RW drive and software).

Also, can you explain to me on how to use them?

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 06:06 AM

I'm a little confused, which one would i need?

# Diskette creator for Windows OS (2,130 K)
Creates self-booting media to run DFT | Read Me | Having trouble creating the bootable diskette?
# Binary diskette image for non-Windows OS (1,440 K)
Creates self-booting media to run DFT | Read Me
# CD image (2,718 K)
Creates bootable CD for Linux, Windows and other operating systems ( requires CD-RW drive and software).

Also, can you explain to me on how to use them?


Which one do you use? HMMM...Do you have a Floppy Drive (bootable diskette)? If you don't that kind of leaves that option out doesn't it...Do you have a CD_RW drive and the necessary software to burn CD's? If the answer is yes to this than the #CD image is the one to choose...

There is a user's manual download there that will explain how to use this tool...Usually you just have to prepare the Disk or CD...Plug it in the machine and restart the computer...That should start the testing...I AGAIN suggest that you at least read through the user's manual. You will probably find the answers that you are looking for...


The Tool That you want I the DRIVE FITNESS TEST...Make sure because there are several downloads on this page...

Edited by douglas martin, 07 June 2008 - 06:12 AM.

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 06:13 AM

I'm a little confused, which one would i need?

# Diskette creator for Windows OS (2,130 K)
Creates self-booting media to run DFT | Read Me | Having trouble creating the bootable diskette?
# Binary diskette image for non-Windows OS (1,440 K)
Creates self-booting media to run DFT | Read Me
# CD image (2,718 K)
Creates bootable CD for Linux, Windows and other operating systems ( requires CD-RW drive and software).

Also, can you explain to me on how to use them?


Which one do you use? HMMM...Do you have a Floppy Drive (bootable diskette)? If you don't that kind of leaves that option out doesn't it...Do you have a CD_RW drive and the necessary software to burn CD's? If the answer is yes to this than the #CD image is the one to choose...

There is a user's manual download there that will explain how to use this tool...Usually you just have to prepare the Disk or CD...Plug it in the machine and restart the computer...That should start the testing...I AGAIN suggest that you at least read through the user's manual. You will probably find the answers that you are looking for...


The Tool That you want I the DRIVE FITNESS TEST...Make sure because there are several downloads on this page...



Would i be able to boot it on a virtual drive?

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 06:21 AM

I don't know what you want to do here...Are you want to test it before using it? I have never installed this tool on a Virtual Drive (or any other Diagnostic for that matter) so Honestly, I don't have an answer for you...Possibly, someone else will.
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