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NT autochk runs all the time at boot

By srichardson78 ·
A few of my users have been experiencing a problem where autochk runs every time the user reboots their computer. I've instructed them to abort it, but I can't seem to figure out why it runs all the time. The workstations are being shut down correctly. Could this have something to do with SMS 2.0 sp2?

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NT autochk runs all the time at boot

by Bill Cassada In reply to NT autochk runs all the t ...

If you are referring to NT then it is because of something called a "dirty" bit being set. Try looking in Microsoft's knowledge base about it. If you can't find it let me know...I just can't recall it at the moment. You'll have to make a change in the registry to fix it.

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by zchris In reply to NT autochk runs all the t ...

could be. but first try to make a full checkdisk on the concerning desktops.

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