For a while now, I've been having a little annoyance which has turned out into a little nightmare a few minutes ago.
For a few days now, I've been having this error message echoing on my blue Windows XP boot-up screen:
Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS.
Cannot open volume for direct access.
Windows has finished checking the disk.
I know this was caused by a non-completed chkdsk /r but in the past, it used to go away after a few seconds. However now, minutes elapse and nothing happens.
Unfortunately, I can't even boot up in safe mode as it hangs for hours on end on one of the drivers (bluetooth) while attempting to load.
Is there really anything I could do?
Tried to load last good configuration and even that fails.
The last thing I did was to run ccleaner.exe under recommendation from CNET.com
What should I do other than panic?