I have a Windows startup problem

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For several days when i want to start windows the following message :

The type of file system is NTFS The volume name is old disk.

The entirety of one of your disks needs to be verified. You may cancel this verification, but its execution is highly recommended.

When I accept the verify it hangs at some point, then nothing and I cannot access to Windows.

I did a Windows repair but it has not detected any error.

If I cancelled the audit nothing happens either.

Best Answer by Vinson forman
Answered By 15 points N/A #108726

I have a Windows startup problem



I have understood your problem and I have a solution for you. This will resolve the problem completely.
I am sure your partition is broken, that’s why this kind of error is coming. So, you have two made partitions again and install window.

This is the easiest and time saving way to sort it out.

Some time it also happens when there is some kind of virus comes with the system. As you are facing problem of restarting system so, I will refer you to install Avira antivirus after installation of windows.

This antivirus is very effective and in future saves you from such kind of problems also.

Hope so you got the point.

Best of luck for your future.


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Answered By 0 points N/A #195140

I have a Windows startup problem


Hello Dear,

Thanks for sharing your problem with us. Dear when your computer will not shut down properly then it will verify your hard disk partitions and scan file system for errors on the startup.

And the problem that you have told above is same. But "hanging up at some points" is not good.

It seems that there are some bad sectors or bad clusters available in your hard disk.

Now take this step to prevent.

Restart you computer and cancel this scan.

When your windows log on then go to command prompt by typing CMD in RUN.

And type chkdsk in that partition which starts scanning on startup.

This utility will scan it here and will remove all bad clusters.

I hope it will help you a lot.


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