XP system boot always automatically check system disk C disk What's going on
XP system users will encounter a problem, every time the system boot will automatically check the system C disk, why is this so? Is there any way to solve it? Today, the small set to share the solution.
"Reason for system C disk self-test"
1. The disk has a logical and physical bad path.
2. File damage on disk, you can do disk sorting system disk, or with professional tool software for related detection repair.
"Cancel Check disk Self test method"
1. In the beginning of the desktop in the operation of the input cmd, enter the command prompt interface, input command: chkntfs/c D, restart the computer.
2. The system will automatically detect the disk, after testing to enter the system, enter the system and then open the command prompt interface again, enter the command: chkntfs/x d: (This command disables the detection of NTFS-formatted disks).
3. Restart the computer to see if it will boot detection system C disk.