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Chkdsk Errors And Ways To Repair Them

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By : Brian Williams    29 or more times read
Submitted 2008-06-13 00:00:00
What Are Chkdsk errors? Almost all of us have seen certain error messages pop up on our computer screen, and some of these are Chkdsk errors. What is Chkdsk, and why do these errors occur? Chkdsk is a utility that can check and repair the disk, and it was developed to find certain errors on the hard disk so that system errors can be corrected. There are limitations to the Chkdsk utility, because it will not fix any errors that are outside of the file system on your computer. If the error is caused by the hard disk and you run the utility, files may be fragmented or corrupted, so only run Chkdsk if you know the problem is with the file system and not the hard disk, and this will prevent Chkdsk errors.

Viruses can be another cause of Chkdsk errors, so it is important to keep your computer free from any electronic infections. The Zobot virus is frequently the culprit, in one of the many variations. This is one of the reasons that anti virus software should always be installed on your system. Just installing this software will not guarantee your computer's safety, you must run scans regularly, and check for and install any available updates to the virus definition database. The scans of your system should be done at least once a day, especially if you connect using broadband, to quickly detect any infections and remove them.

Ways To Fix Chkdsk Errors

Chkdsk errors can cause a whole slew of problems with your system. Internet Explorer may not work correctly, or at all, the program may freeze or lag, and files may be lost or erased. This error should be fixed as quick as possible, otherwise it may even interfere with your virus scans, and put your computer at a higher security risk. One way to prevent a Chkdsk error which occurs after every re-boot is to hit the escape key after the computer boots, but it must be done within ten seconds or it will not work.

If you have a Windows version before XP, such as Windows 98, the auto repair for Chkdsk can be shut off. If you have XP or a more current version, such as Windows Vista, then the repairs are automatically done. The Microsoft website has a large number of resources available to help you determine the best way to shut off auto repair for your specific operating system version.

The easiest way to prevent or fix Chkdsk errors is to use a Windows registry cleaner. Most of these errors are due to removed files, which have left fragments in the Windows registry. This can clog up your registry, slow down your computer and decrease performance, and cause Chkdsk errors. A registry cleaner is a software program which makes it safer and easier for all computer users to clean out the registry, without any security risks or extensive computer knowledge or experience.

To manually edit the registry can take days or weeks, involving the removal of one file fragment at a time, and this involves a lot of hard work. A registry cleaner can do this task in just a short period of time, with no work for you once the program is started except a couple mouse clicks.
Author Resource:- Brian Williams is a self-confessed PC fiddler dedicated to 'spreading the word' when it comes to fixing PC errors and helping people make the most use of their PCs. For FREE ACCESS to more PC tips n' tricks, just visit
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