WinXP auto disk-check on startup

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Diman82

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#1
WinXP has a very annoying and repeating feature: in case of any improper shutdown it launches it's disk-check utility on the after coming boot of the computer. In any previous windows OS this feature could be cancelled, but in spite of all my efforts I didn't find the solution to this problem.
Does anyone know how to check this off?
 
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Twink

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#2
just convert to ntfs, it won't need to do the checks then. Turning them off can be nice, but your disk will eventually get corrupted, or loose alot of space.
 
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opr8tr

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#3
Open regedit and navigate to HKey_Local_Machine\System\Current Control Set\Control\Session Manager and locate the Boot Execute Multi-String value. Right click and select Modify. Enter the value "autocheck autochk*" without the quotes. If the string doesn't exist just add it. ;)
 

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