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file corruption on Oracle data drive

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Checkdsk ruuning when windows 2003 server starts up, continues in a loop running chkdsk, if you boot server and cancel chkdsk, oracle database starts up ok. Data drive is hosted on sAN and no hardware issues with server or SAN

Any idea what these errors are
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what is the error?  those appear to be status messages from some application.
Doesn't look like oracle messages so must be coming from something else.
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Maybe is better to move the Oracle DB on another drive to see if you continue to get the errors(not chkdsk errors, obviously)
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