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Solve The Problem With The Tool / Disc Error Check Command

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Hopefully if you have an error checking tool / check disk command on your system, this article can help you fix it.

To fix errors without checking the hard disk for bad sectors, at the command prompt, enter chkdsk volume: / f and press . To fix errors, bad sectors, and readable information, at a command prompt, type chkdsk volume: / r and press .

 

 

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Unable To Start Because The Volume Is In Use By Another Process

If you get this error when running the tool:

 Chkdsk cannot be installed fired because the volume is in use by another process. Do you want to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system is restarted? 

You must enter Y to make sure the utility will start the next time you start it. If so, enter Y , restart your computer and let the tool scan.

How To Fix Disk Errors With Windows 10 Error Checker

During the error checking process, you may find that there are errors on your disk that need to be fixed, as shown in the following screenshot.

We do not recommend doing this and waiting until the disk repair process is complete. The chkdsk tool will then automatically scan and repair the drive.

How to use CHKDSK (Check Disk) to repair a hard drive …

Chkdsk Command (Examples, Options, Switches, and More)

/ F. This option to the chkdsk command corrects any errors found on the hard drive. / V. Use this chkdsk option on a FAT or FAT32 volume to display the full path and filename for all files on the hard drive. If an NTFS volume is in use, cleanup messages are displayed (if applicable). 11 September 2020

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/ F. This option to the chkdsk command corrects any errors found on the hard drive. / V. Use this chkdsk option on a FAT or FAT32 volume to display the full path and filename for all files on the hard drive. If an NTFS volume is in use, cleanup messages are displayed (if applicable). 11 September 2020