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As per the title, I did a scan and it came up with a file system damaged error on one of my disks. After a lot of work with chkdsk, I think I've fixed it (or at least chkdsk reports no errors any more), so I'd like to run a file system scan within scanner, but not do a full surface / sector scan if possible (to save time). Is this possible at all, or is the only option just to do the whole lot? TIA.
I get an alert viewer message that " A file system need to be repaired" All drives show as healthy, but the system drive shows that " At least one file system on this drive has not been checked for errors" The drive is formatted as a 60GB drive C: and a 406gb drive D:. The file systems shown by StableBit are 100mb with no drive, the 60GB drive C: & the 406GB drive D:. The file systems on the 100MB and 406GB partitions show as being checked but the 60 GB partition does not. I manually forced all three to be unchecked and the checked but I can't get the error to go away. I also manually ran checkdisk on drive C:. I followed the directions in the Alert Viewer but that did not get me to anywhere to run repair within StableBit. I tried to recheck the drive, but it runs for less than a minute and goes back to healthy with out checking the unchecked file system.