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Windows 2003 Server is giving c:\windows\debug\usermode\chkacc.log corruption errors.

Hi Experts,
I am in a big problem. My Terminal Server which is running 2003 server os had a improper shutdown and
got some bad blocks on its hard disk which unfortunatly is not morrored. After that everything is ok
but it starts giving errors in its c:\windows\debug\usermode\chkacc.log file when login to server or
when I am trying to open some applications. It is saying that I have to run the chkdsk. This server is
still running and haven't rebooted it yet and ran this utility as I was reading some of the forums and
they are saying that they had ran the chkdsk and not server is completely down and keeps rebooting
itself. To avoid this situation it took the hard disk mirror this drive snapshot and loaded it on to
another harddisk but after running the chkdsk on the image it did corrected some indexes but at last
the program also showing that this image is not bootable.

I am attaching some of the errors I am getting on my server.

Please help...
Thanks
Chkacc-Errors.doc
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parpak
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jaynirCommented:

Go to event viewer and check other errors too.
A. Open Event Viewer: Start -> All Programs -> Administrative Tools ->
Event Viewer.

check application errors and system errors

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parpakAuthor Commented:
I am getting system error which are NTFS and here is the desc.
The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume C:.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
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jaynirCommented:
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