Windows 10: Windows doing chkdsk on c partition every boot after apgradingto windows 11

Discus and support Windows doing chkdsk on c partition every boot after apgradingto windows 11 in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Hi,I have an Acer nitro 5 laptop, after I upgraded my windows from windows 10 to 11 every time I boot my device I get chkdsk msg that it will start... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by N3R0L1, Oct 27, 2021.

  1. N3R0L1 Win User

    Windows doing chkdsk on c partition every boot after apgradingto windows 11


    Hi,I have an Acer nitro 5 laptop, after I upgraded my windows from windows 10 to 11 every time I boot my device I get chkdsk msg that it will start scanning for my c partition, note that the windows is installed on SSD disk alongside with inserted HDD drive for data, I marked it as dirty by:`fsutil dirty query c:` so I don't get this every time i boot my device but i want to understand what is happeneing .thanks in advance

    :)
     
    N3R0L1, Oct 27, 2021
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  2. Boot windows installation within a partition?

    Damnit, I knew thats what you wanted with your first post! I deleted my post because JMCSLOB confused me lol.


    Hm, if you Follow this guide (Replace words "flash driive" with 160GB hard drive) How to Create a Bootable Windows 7 or Vista USB Drive for both partitions and then to do a dummy install of windows 8 on the last part of the HDD it should give you the option to boot Windows 7/8 Installer or boot into windows 8.
    Edit: On step 4 you will want to make sure you size the partition correctly... or you can use the windows gui tool in control panel.


    Once you get that far you can just delete windows 8 from the boot menu using MSCONFIG and delete the partition.
     
    slyfox2151, Oct 27, 2021
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  3. Boot windows installation within a partition?

    You need to create 3 partitions... 2 for the Windows installers what ever is left over for free space.

    Extract the ISOs to their own partitions and add the boot code.


    You might need to install windows 8 to the free space partition temporarily as it will install windows boot manager/loader and it should then give you the option of witch partition to boot.
     
    slyfox2151, Oct 27, 2021
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  4. Pixel-Pi Win User

    Windows doing chkdsk on c partition every boot after apgradingto windows 11

    Windows 10 stuck in CHKDSK on Boot

    Short explanation: On Boot, Windows tries to Check my C: for errors, stopps on 1% and gives BSoD. After that, Windows tries to automatically repair itself but fails and gives me those blue tiles to select what to do next. Nothing on this helps, the result
    is always again checking C: for errors and crashing at 1%.

    More Details: I guess, Windows shutdown in Hybrid-Mode (that it can boot up faster), but locked the NTFS partition it is installed on. Now, when chkdsk tries to check that partition, it failes because it has no write-access and crashes (propably due to ****
    exception-handling). This is just a theory based on the fact, that i tried to run chkdsk manually via the CMD in the repair-options, and with the Attribute /F it says that it can not fix the partition.

    Problem:

    Should be obvious. My PC doesn't start. Instead it runns the loop explained in "Short Explanation".

    Please help me, getting the NTFS Partition unlocked, so I can run CHKDSK or disable CHKDSK from running at Startup or any other way getting my PC running again.

    Any kind of Help is appreciated.

    Thank you.

    Things I've tried:

    • Reboot
    • cut the power (provocating a cold reboot with unlocking the c: partition)
    • several things in BIOS (mainly disabled Fast Boot)
    • Booting from USB-Drive with Windows Installer on it (tried to run CHKDSK from there)
    • Runned the startup-repair, said it would do some repairs, didnt work either.

    Specs:

    • i5 6600K
    • 16 GB RAM
    • ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger
    • GTX 960
    • SAMSUNG 830 SSD
    • 2 other HDDs, nothing important
     
    Pixel-Pi, Oct 27, 2021
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