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BOOT UP DiskScan drives me CRAZY

Posted on 2004-08-02
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For the last about a week or so , every time i switch on my computer , i get a message that I had not shutdown my computer properly and now scandisk will check the drives for possible errors.
It checks the drives and then boots.
I do always shutdown properly and
I have been regularly Scanning thoroughly my computer and none of the drives has any errors or bad sectors.  
I also regularly defrag the dives.I
 have even re-installed win 98 SE ...but the problem is still persisting.
How can I get rid of the same?
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ScanDisk Runs Even Though Windows Shut Down Correctly
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;273017

There is a patch for Win98SE:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows98/downloads/contents/wucritical/q273017/default.asp

See if this helps.

Zee
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Thanks ZEE.
My problem stands resolved.
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ggkk,

Great news!

Thank you too.

Zee
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