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autochk.exe program not found boot windows 2003

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Windows 2003 server won't boot. I recieve autochk.exe program not found and then skipping autochk, but server never boot.
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You may want to run 'sfc /scannow' from the recovery console (on the Server 2003 CD)to try to fix/replace the missing file.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
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JanomeIT, can we get an update please.
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Had to reinstall OS. We didn't have a good backup or recovery CD.
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Our system may had other problems that required a resinstall of software. This solution may have worked if we tied it earlier.
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