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Hi, I have a PC with Win2000 Pro. My motherboard is ABIT KG7 Raid. I'm 2 HD IBM 41 GB in striping. When I start my PC appair a blu screen with an error on NTFS.SYS after the windows logo. Pc has the same problem when I boot it in all configuration (min, debug, etc).
The message error indicate a boot with chkdsk /f but.... In witch mode I can force a chkdsk on boot? I have installed win2000 in secondary HD, if I disable a raid peripheral it works, but I don't have access to the disks....
That's is all...
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demanto,

Check if this would help

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=228888

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Thanks

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