First point: Error messages are made to be heeded. They are designed to provide the user with pertinent info about what is wrong, how to overcome it, etc. Ignoring such is...asking for trouble.
Second point: Whenever chkdsk feels that it has to run at boot, it's normally a sign that XP perceives hard drive problems of some sort...that require attention. So it tries to run to attempt to repair/overcome whatever it perceives as the problem. Interrupting this or curtailing this process...is a self-inflicted wound.
Why do you keep referencing HJT? Are you having malware problems?
Smart things to do:
a. Whenever you get a BSOD with an error message on it...write down anything that's onscreen (even if you don't understand it). It may provide a useful reference for someone who's trying to figure out what is amiss with your system.
b. If chkdsk starts to run at boot...and you've stopped it, I suggest either letting it run on the next boot (if it starts to run) or initating it after the next boot and desktop comes up. Start/Run...type chkdsk /r (space between k and /) and hit Enter or OK...type Y, hit Enter/OK...reboot the system and let it run. System will reboot when tool is done.