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CHKNTFS

Displays or modifies the state of automated file system checking on disk when computer starts.

Syntax:

CHKNTFS Volume [...]

or

CHKNTFS [/d]

or

CHKNTFS [/t[:Time]]

or

CHKNTFS [/x Volume [...]]

or

CHKNTFS [/c Volume [...]]

Volume – volume(s) to checked.

/d – restores the default settings of CHKNTFS (except countdown time for skipping the check). All drives will be checked at booting the system.

/t:Time – changes the countdown timer to skip check to the amount of seconds specified. Without time specified it shows the current amount.

/x – excludes the drive from the boot-check list. These drives are not accumulated between command invocations (the recent entry overrides the previous one).

/c – sets the drive to be checked on boot if they are dirty.

Usage:

Without any parameters CHKNTFS displays the status of all drives. If only drive is specified, CHKNTFS displays the status of this drive.

Examples:

Exclude drives from boot check:

CHKNTFS /x c: d:

Include drive to boot check:

CHKNTFS /c c: e:

Change boot check timer:

CHKNTFS /t:20

 

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