autochk.exe error?

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  1. fjk61011

    fjk61011 New Member

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    Bear with me, I'm new here.

    Running Windows 7 RTM.

    autochk.exe runs and then gives an error about a corrupt disk and a long error number which I don't know how to capture. Windows boots after a few seconds.

    The error message says to restore to a previous setting but gives no hint about software that might have caused the error.
     
  2. stueycaster

    stueycaster Millennium Celebration Award Winner
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    Try System Restore. Try the latest restore point and if that doesn't fix it try the one before that til you find the right one. System restore sets restore points before a software is installed and labels them as such.
     
  3. fjk61011

    fjk61011 New Member

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    Thanks, never thought of that.
     
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    fjk61011 New Member

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    Went for coffee and when I came back Windows 7 had started.
     

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