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How to run Scan Disk full automatic?

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When my remote PC crashes , one have to unplug the power supply and restart it. Then I would like the PC to perform the scan disk full automatic without asking questions or any human interference. How to configure this ?
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Edit MSDOS.SYS with the windows Notepad and add this line:

AutoScan=1

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Thanks stevemiller. Still a remark...Before the PC is running Scandisk it still asks to press a key to start scandisk. If you don't do that scandisk will start itself after a time. Is it also possible to decrease this time  or skip this procedure ?
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