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Are you sure you burned it as an image file? (It is important because you will have to do the same with the Seatools for DOS ISO which is the diagnostic Thanks, Trevor Feb 11, 2004 #12 bbrass10 TS Rookie autochk not found Sorry I took so long to respond. I was really scared because a lot of times my computer has been doing these types of weird problems and I would have to save my files by hooking my hardrive You never know when the next bad sector will effect a critical OS file. navigate here
restart windows and run sfc again." The restart... And if I click to view the log it just lists Device 0 is ATA Device Maxtor with above info on Generic PCI ATA Max Native Address 39062499 Device is 28 Just wanted to say thanks so very much! :grinthumb I had this same problem after ghosting my nephew's 15gig drive to an 80. Therefore, I think it's a fairly good guess that the problem with the HotFix problem is specific to Dell's modified MBR.
I know that the > partition is OK, even my root directory and - with one exception - all > directories what I tried. Waited about 2 minutes and restarted it again and this time I did get the "hit any key to boot from CD" screen. The only problem is to find a correct autochk.exe and to integrate it onto the setup floppies. That is the simplest way to restore a backup if the OS won't load.
also, i can't get into windows to look into removing the hotfix mentioned. But we should try.) This is what I was reading: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/311724 You are fine letting chkdsk complete. The > > danger of malfunctions is much to big. BTW :wave:Welcome to TechSpot:wave: Apr 16, 2005 #21 truthao TS Rookie thank you - two hardrives - now one enough Thanks With the 'ptedit.exe' it was possible to change from
The > danger of malfunctions is much to big. Also sfc didnt work. Sometimes I want to help other people immediately (also in companies, i.e. If you have, or don't mind losing what's on the drive, try the following.If you really need to rescue your files, post back before going any further.Otherwise, if you have a
This just kept happening no matter which option I selected. I think there should be an official > Microsoft version of autochk.exe what belongs to the chkdsk in the setup > start floppies. > > Who knows of a way to sach2, May 27, 2011 #2 lmhjcr Sergeant Okay - just to be sure that I understand you correctly (and I go and do something to screw things up even worse) Go The one exception is the \windows\system32 > directory. > > Because I don't have the XP CD anymore I downloaded the Setup Disks for > Floppy Boot Install > (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...5-BD5AFEE126D8), >
upon restart is when this error started coming up. Dec 13, 2003 #7 Krugger TS Rookie Posts: 173 safe mode i'd imagine would allow him to boot into windows still... XP will gladly allow you to create an Extended Partition larger than 64G. however, I will look forward to analyzing the method you utilized and perhaps provide your technique to others as well. -- db·´¯`·...¸><)))º> DatabaseBen, Retired Professional - Systems Analyst - Database Developer
This > must also be possible with Microsoft tools! check over here Backup and Restore autochk program not found - skipping AUTOCHECKRecently I delete my ubuntu and try to boot my windows 7, and this error show up. I'm running a chkdsk /r right now to see if that will help. Login now.
The old Maxtor utility is still available and may work on that drive if you want to burn another CD. This will probably help someone else in the future when they search the net for a solution and find this thread. You should probably note the fact that if you ALREADY HAD A PRIMARY DOS PARTITION WHEN INSTALLING XP, the XP installation program automatically configures the Primary DOS partition as your "boot http://attavik.net/cannot-find/cannot-find-fservice-exe.html I was > able to solve the start problem in the mean time with the help of NTFS4DOS > Personal by Avira > (http://www.free-av.de/de/tools/11/av..._personal.html).
Yes, go ahead and start from the SeaTools disc. It was really easy. sach2, May 28, 2011 #12 lmhjcr Sergeant Okay, have just entered exit at the c prompt, removed the disc and let the pc restart.
There was now bothe Win98 SE and WinXP in the same - 80 gigas harddisk.
I can't be certain it will let you run the long test if the drive fails the short test. box Errors have been detected on your drive. In certain hardware and software configurations, the MS HotFix that I mentioned does indeed cause the error message "autochk not found" to appear on the display, but it does not cause Click here to Register a free account now!
Learn More. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. The options that I have to choose from are safe mode; safe mode with networking; safe mode with command prompt; last know good configuration or start windows normally. weblink sach2, May 28, 2011 #22 lmhjcr Sergeant short test / basic test done and the result stated Short Test Failure Please save this code if your are planning a warranty exchange.
However, the installation utilities for DOS and Windows do not allow this configuration while simultaneously assigning drive letter "C:" to your system/boot drive, so you need to either have a spare