Re: Want to resume chkdsk
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If its the drive you want to check, firstly, internal software automatically fixes the sector errors or replaces bad ones with spares and this goes for ssds and hard drives. Their firmware is very capable these days.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Secondly windows ordinary disc checking can do this over a time, but I've never known an issue. The main issue I have seen is some corruption of the ntfs file allocation table and the disc check fixes this and hopefully does not do any damage, but if it detects it may do it can prompt for an sfc or suggest it.
In the normal run of things this should not be an issue. Far more likely is loss of registration of a dll and I've yet to find a foolproof way to fix that one really though certain people on here suggest a reformat and reinstall.
One thing to do though is check all power connectors on or in the machine. particularly those to hard drives as they can and do work loose and this is the number 1 reason that disc corruption occurs other than a power cut during a vital write to disc, but even then its often able to be recovered.
Also do not perform defragas or other disc intensive stuff on SSDs as it can shorten their lives.
There should be no need as its not a physical problem.
The only thing I have found Is say every three months or so, do a registry compaction on it to get rid of dead stuff and making it smaller actually can speed things up a bit.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Want to resume chkdsk
Thank you. My computer doesn't have any issue. I want to check my harddisk