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im sure this question must of been asked before, can i stop scandisk running every time i turn on the PC, if i just turn the PC off before, with out shutting down properly
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Edit MSDOS.SYS (root directory,you'll have to ATTRIB -S -H -R it first),change: Autoscan = 0
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thankyou, quick response!

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