specifies whether to schedule
automatic filesystem checking (using
chkdsk) to be run at startup.
volume[...] chkntfs /d chkntfs /t[:
time] chkntfs /x
volume[...] chkntfs /c
Displays the filesystem of the volume(s) and, if automatic file
checking is scheduled, whether the volume has been corrupted. (If so,
/f.) The volume
may be identified by a drive letter with colon, a volume mount point,
or a volume name.
Restores default behavior—except countdown time—for
automatic file checking (use this switch alone). In other words, all
drives are checked at startup, and those found to be dirty have
chkdsk run against them.
Displays or specifies countdown time for automatic filesystem checking.
Excludes specified volume from being checked (even if volume is
marked for running
chkdsk). To exclude multiple
volumes, list them in one command. (This option
Checks the specified volume at startup. (This option is accumulative.)
Display the filesystem on drive
C: and its
chkntfs c:The type of the file system is NTFS. C: is not dirty.
Show the countdown time for automatic filesystem checking:
chkntfs /tThe AUTOCHK initiation count down time is set to 10 seconds.
Change the countdown time to 60 seconds:
Specify that only
C: be checked at startup on a
system that also has
E: as fixed drives:
chkntfs /x C: D: E:
chkntfs /c C: ...