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Weird message upon every boot

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#1 cutaeng


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Posted 10 March 2018 - 07:51 PM

Hello, every time I boot up my computer, I get a brief message that says "Scanning and repairing drive (\\?\Volume{edce5054-ed40-4a03-aa8e-4713e54c5cd2}): 100% complete" It shows up after the Dell logo appears for about 1-2 seconds, then disappears and loads Windows. I don't know what this drive is or why it needs to be "repaired" every single time I turn my computer on. It doesn't seem to be affecting my computer though, nothing is lagging or acting unusual.


My computer is a Dell Inspiron 17-779 with Windows 10 (Ver. 1709) 

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#2 mikey11


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Posted 10 March 2018 - 07:56 PM

test your hard drive using the drive manufacturers software

#3 jenae


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Posted 10 March 2018 - 09:40 PM

Hi, open a cmd prompt as admin, go to search and type:- command prompt, right click on the returned command prompt and select "run as administrator" at the prompt copy and paste:-


mountvol > 0 & notepad 0 (press enter)


Please copy paste the notepad output here.

#4 IttechGyan


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Posted 13 March 2018 - 06:47 AM

Right click on your main drive, Properties.
Click the Tools tab.
Press the Check button.
Press Scan drive.


At an admin command prompt try
fsutil dirty query c:

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