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November 29, 2015 Jon 0 Comments



This is a short article and particularly discusses the way through which you can check your hard drive.

How to check your hard drive:

DOS (Disk Operating System) is not in use these days, but you may have heard or learned about it. DOS has a ckhdsk command and it is still useful for many Windows operating systems. With the new add ups in technology, there are many other ways that can be applied, but let’s take a look and understand that how the old method of checking hard disks could work. You can find sufficient information on HARD DRIVE DATA RECOVERY.

 

The chkdsk command can be used to sort out many hard drive problems. The common problems are cross linked files, cluster problems, bad sector problems, and directory errors. If you want to use this command properly, login to your computer as an administrator. Remember, this method is useful for Windows operating systems users only. Go to the DOS prompt (the command line) and type chkdsk. The time taken by this command in checking the drive depends upon the size of the disk, and amount of data kept on it.

 

It’s time to understand the meaning of the results being displayed.  If you see 0 on your display then it means no errors are found. A1 means that errors occurred, but resolved at the same time. 2 indicate that disk clean-up has been performed. If you can’t see a /f then it means that the clean-up failed to be performed. If you see 3 on your display then it means that errors exist, but could not be fixed out.

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