Have about 60 Toshiba laptops. None of them will run chkdsk on startup. I haven't been able to find anything that will get it to work. Here's what I've done so far.
Run chkdsk /f from an elevated command prompt - doesn't run
run fsutil dirty set c: from an elevated command prompt - doesn't run
copied autochk.exe file from a Dell also running Windows 7 64-bit that will run chkdsk - doesn't run
checked the BootExecute key. It reads:
autocheck autochk /p \??\C:
autocheck autochk *
Still doesn't run
Ran sfc /scannow - still doesn't run chkdsk
copied in an XP version of autochk.exe that we used to get some Vista machines to run chkdsk. Still doesn't run.
Anyone have any ideas on what can be done next, or try to figure out what/where the problem lies? Up until now, if there is any hard drive corruption, I have to pull the HD out and plug it in as an external drive and manually run chkdsk on it. Not ideal to say the least.