Why do I get the message "One of your disks needs to be checked for consistency" on each bootup?
I get this message on a blue screen every time I start my Windows XP Pro SP3 32-bit.
I have four partitions: C with operative system, D with disk image, E will soon have Windows Vista on it and F will soon have a Linux on it. All four partitions exist now, but D, E and F are all empty.
I have had a lot of trouble with an external HDD that I always have attached to my laptop: HP nx7300. The external HDD is a Freecom Toughdrive 250 GB with a password. Currently, it works very well though, but I just had a thought that maybe this error message during bootup could be related to my external HDD.