Yes it CAN without the /f switch and THAT was what the reply by 'R. McCarty'
was about. I simply backed him up when 'Pegasus' said it could not. Read
My example included no Chkdsk qualifiers.....
....and so it is CHKDSK (Command Prompt) will give you exactly the same
report whether the /f switch is used or not. It will just give you the same
report time and time again because it won't be fixing any of the problems it
finds without specifying /f.
Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London.
Originally Posted by Marley
On Sat, 25 Apr 2009 00:28:56 +0100,
Welp... I think you missed the point that CHJDSK cannot be run from
the command prompt on the system drive.