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In some cases, your system may display a message stating that autochk was not found and is ignoring the Autocheck 2008 server. There may be several reasons for this problem.
I installed Windows 8 Pro x64 (W8) in a 2-bottle boot environment with my prebuilt Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (W7) and all sorts of things worked fine until I realized I was the first partition (W8) established. really small. I used a new Windows tool to reduce this add the septum (W7), then use the Septum Wizard to move the W7 back muscles, then add unallocated breathing space to expand the septum W8. Now when I start the machine it starts up and the selection carries over to W8 with no problem, but when I try to start it W7 has a machine and then it goes to the W7 screen that says “Microsoft Corporation” with a moving lane, next to “Autochk not detected – Ignore AUTOCHECK” is available, I would say the computer restarts and then displays a specific “Start Windows Repair “or Start the Windows screen normally. When Windows starts, the “Windshield” option is usually used. Running the repair program will detect the problem andpresumably fixed, after that I am told that Windows will stop working recovery on restart. However, when I start my computer, I go back to the product selection, start W7 and get the “autochk” message again. When I try to start sfc I am executing exeit is always reported that the restore is delayed and sfc.exe cannot be performed, this approach fortunately works even after the repair, or I did not perform this restore at all. Therefore, if the autochk.exe file type is corrupted, I will never have a chance to replace it.
At first I thought it was a boot problem, but it will probably be clear that the computer is trying to boot into W7, but the “not found” program stops it. On the W8 desktop, I can view the W7 section and autochk.exe is probably where it should be, but maybe it is? damaged or not I don’t know, since I have no effect on the launch of sfc.exe to see.
I tried to get hold of the autochk.exe file from W8 and got hold of it, but I didn’t modify, read or write to replace it. Since I cannot get the W7 to boot, whatever I try, it is not possible to make them work with the W7. I also produce Read that the “hash file” reThe file that helps you compare the autochk.exe file may be corrupted. In this case, replacing autochk.exe will not work.
I am involved in any type of write-off and will hold out until the problem is resolved. I have only read about a dozen posts on various forums and my complexity is similar but not determined by any of the answers described in any of the posts (other than the fix I have downloaded directly from Microsoft, but since I can’t enjoy downloading w7 I can’t tell if this will work – KB975778).
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