Hello, I've read through several forums trying to fix my chkdsk issue to no avail. Here is my situation and what I've done so far: When I would start my computer a black screen saying that my hard drive was going to fail soon would load before start up. When windows loaded I was in C: properties and I scheduled a disk check. Then I got a new hard drive. Now chkdsk runs at every boot of my computer. If I cancel it, it freezes on the screen "chkdsk has been canceled" and doesn't boot windows. If I let it run, it finishes, tells me there are no errors and then still doesn't boot windows. I have to do several hard resets before it lets me load from last good configuration. Then, from what I read online, I went into my registry to the bootexecutive and changed it so it reads "autocheck autochk *". I reset my computer and the chkdsk option came up again at boot and froze in the same manner. Then, I went into commandprompt, queried my drive C, it came back clean, I also queried my drive E, it was also clean. I have absolutely no idea what to do next. I would greatly appreciate some knowledgeable help.