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    CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    Edit the Windows registry, change CHKDSK settings.
    If automatic disk checking is enabled (during system startup), how to add the option
    /V (Verbose)
    Verbose additionally shows the file ID or shortened file name in some cases.

    and disable the /F option (this may be useful if I do not want to fix anything)

    Note: This can be run command in CMD.exe, but the system automatically works if it detects that the file structure NTFS is damaged, so this should be changed in the system registry!!!


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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    What is the purpose here? I don't see any reason for it.

    For example, the /v switch is for FAT and FAT32 file systems only. Not the much more common NTFS. So it might work on a memory stick but not on virtually any hard drive.

    I see no reason to be editing the Registry (or advising it with no warnings of the risks). Disabling the /f switch makes no sense to me. If automatic disk checking is enabled, it is because the operating system detected something wrong with the disk and it should be checked.
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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    I agree - no need to edit the Registry.

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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    Again how to disable /F and enable /V in the registry?!!!

    This is a question for an advanced user. I know it is possible. The specialist recommends this solution if:


    1. Information from the file's ID = copying these files to a different location.
    2. Recovering the file without data loss.


    Then, you can turn on /F manually.
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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    How to enable /V and disable /f (regedit) ???


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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    Sorry, I made a mistake. It does work with NTFS. But if you look at chkdsk /?, it shows for FAT/FAT32, it displays the full patch and name of every file on the disk. It does NOT do that with NTFS, which is what I was referring too.

    But I still do not see any purpose here. And for sure no need to edit the registry. If you don't want to fix anything, don't run chkdsk with the /f (or /r) switch.
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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    a) if I start my computer, and I will not know when the message will appear to me:


    One of the disks needs to be checked.


    It will automatically try to repair the disk and I may lose data!
    CHKDSK NTFS is not perfect.




    If it automatically starts without repair with the /V switch
    I have a chance to find a file, copy it to another location or another disk.
    Then when I start CHKDSK, I am 100% sure that the files will not be damaged.
    This is the best method to recover data in case CHKDSK repair fails.


    If you do not know how to edit the register, because it is a job for the best users, and not for those who have no idea.


    Again:
    how to edit in the autochk.exe registry


    Disable /f
    Enable /v

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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    CHKDSK /v C: (VERBOSE) = ID FILE = Specjal tool use, real name and RECOVERY any ID file. SUPER FAST RECOVERY even 10,000,000 files / 10 TB. PERFECT :)

    example
    CHKDSK sprawdza pliki (poziom 1 z 3)
    Przetworzone rekordy plików: 349952.
    Ukończono sprawdzanie plików.
    Przetworzone rekordy dużych plików: 15.
    Przetworzone rekordy uszkodzonych plików: 0.
    Przetworzone rekordy atrybutów rozszerzonych: 0.
    Przetworzone rekordy ponownej analizy: 0.
    CHKDSK sprawdza indeksy (poziom 2 z 3)
    Usuwanie błędu w indeksie $I30 dla pliku 151707.
    Usuwanie błędu w indeksie $I30 dla pliku 151707.
    Sortowanie indeksu $I30 w pliku 151707.
    Usuwanie błędu w indeksie $I30 dla pliku 338527.
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    Sortowanie indeksu $I30 w pliku 338527.
    Usuwanie błędu w indeksie $I30 dla pliku 338533.
    Usuwanie błędu w indeksie $I30 dla pliku 338533.
    Sortowanie indeksu $I30 w pliku 338533.

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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    How to disable /F and Enable /V ???


    Last edited by Will Watts; 12-19-2017 at 06:06 PM. Reason: fixed image

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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    Maki, what exactly is the question here?

    CHKDSK /V isn't supported for NTFS, as stated on MSDN here:
    Verbose output not supported by NTFS CHKDSK.

    Not sure how to disable /F in the automatic run using the registry entry there, but if you only ever want to run it without /F then I'd suggest disabling the automatic chkdsk and then only running it from command prompt using whatever criteria you prefer.
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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    /v Displays the name of each file in every directory as the disk is checked.
    It will not work to show this data, but has a different use:
    Verbose shows additional information there is a pending list of unused entries:
    $SII
    $SDH

    Enable /V
    Verbose works, but I use a better disk checking tool.

    checkDisk will work now with drive: C:
    C:\ Volume Label: C SYSTEM, File System: NTFS
    Etykieta woluminu: C SYSTEM.
    CHKDSK sprawdza pliki (poziom 1 z 3)
    Przetworzone rekordy plików: 519680.
    Ukończono sprawdzanie plików.
    Przetworzone rekordy dużych plików: 5678.
    Przetworzone rekordy uszkodzonych plików: 0.
    Przetworzone rekordy atrybutów rozszerzonych: 2.
    Przetworzone rekordy ponownej analizy: 176.
    CHKDSK sprawdza indeksy (poziom 2 z 3)
    Wpis indeksu Preferences w indeksie $I30 pliku 225234 jest niepoprawny.
    Przetworzone wpisy indeksu: 677784.
    Ukończono weryfikację indeksów.
    Znaleziono błędy. CHKDSK nie może kontynuować w trybie tylko do odczytu.
    Check Disk Callback: 32
    Check Disk: Unable to Finish
    Niepowodzenie przy sprawdzaniu dysku


    Bledy na dysku: C

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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    What better disk checking tool do you use?

    If you already have the answer, what is the question here?
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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    You are going to a completely different issue, at the beginning I asked something else, it seems to me that I can not get an unambiguous answer. The topic has been exhausted.
    I will look for solutions in another forum.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...ory-is-corrupt

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    WARNING: When Chkdsk detects problems with the file system and attempts to repair the damage, data loss can occur. Microsoft does not recommend running Chkdsk with the /f command-line switch unless you have a full backup of your hard disk.
    But why do a full backup?!, and what if I do not have another disk, or if the amount of data is too large to copy to another disk, why waste only time when I want to recover several files (not now but maybe the future, if some the $I30 file will be accidentally broken.
    After all, if I know the ID of the file, I can find out what the file is, so a full copy in this case is unnecessary.
    You can, of course, disable automatic disk checking during system startup, but Microsoft Windows 7 records NTFS errors only in the event log, no information in the System Tray for possible damage to the structure of files, unfit for use, and this is not about damaged clusters or sectors only for file system errors, for example pagefile.sys.
    I suggested such a suggestion to the author of the HARD DISK SENTINEL software, but I have not know for a long time whether it will be implemented, show this information in real time on the screen of the monitor.

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    Re: CHKDSK "Verbose" and "Repair" issue

    I think we're going in circles here - as you say, the topic has been exhausted.

    Unfortunately we're not able to help you if we can't communicate with you, and I don't get the feeling you've made much attempt to be understandable to us. I would recommend trying a tech forum in your native language so you won't have this problem.

    For now, this topic is closed.
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