Volume dirty

cat826237

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Dell Inspiron E1505. Each time I start up it shows that the "volume is dirty"!
What does that mean and how would I clean it? LOL
 

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open a command window - start - all programs - accessories - command prompt, in there type chkdsk x: /f - x: being the drive you want to check, if its the c: drive (main drive) you will have to reboot the computer.

The above command tells it to check the drive and fix errors :)
 

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