Unless you are sitting at your computer at the completion of chkdsk and are a speed reader, the results display and quickly disappear.
Not to worry though. A full report is available.
When your machine has rebooted open the run dialog box. Windows + R Type eventvwr.msc and press <Enter>
The Event Viewer window opens and in the left hand column click the arrow next to Windows Logs.
Highlight the Application Sub directory and after a minute or so (depending on the size of your log) the center portion of the screen will populate with Application Events.
The Level, Date & Time, Source. Event ID and Task Category are displayed. The easiest way I've found is to sort the events alphabetically by source.
Now if you are using Windows XP, look for WINLOGON under the Source heading
If you are using Windows Vista, 7, 8 look for WININIT under the Source heading
If the chkdsk had run from within windows (on say a secondary drive) Look for CHKDSK under the Source heading
There may be multiple WINLOGON / WININIT / Chkdsk entries found, so check each one. The General tab will display information about the event highlighted.
Look for something like...
CHKDSK is verifying files (stage 1 of 3/5) the # of stages 3 or 5 depends on the switch(s) you assigned chkdisk when you issued the command.
To create a report for later reference...
In the displayed window under the General tab, highlight CHKDSK and press <Ctrl> + <A> to select all text within the window. Press <Ctrl> + <C> to copy. Open Notepad press <Ctrl> + <V> to paste the text.
Save it to your desktop as checkdisk log.txt or any name you wish to identify it by.
Now you have time to read all the details of your Chkdsk effort. You also have a log you can post if requested!