troubleshooting Question

Deeper information about chkdsk results

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I have a server that failed to run backup over the weekend, and when diagnosing the issue have found that a corruption of the file system is to blame.  I've run chkdsk and only one item has been found.

Does anyone know of a way to translate what "Index entry Logs in index $I30 of file 68199 is incorrect".

I am trying to determine if the file/entries affected are minor (e.g just a log file) or the corruption is something more significant (e.g. the main copy of the registry) before I run chkdsk /f.  I know the corruption has to be addressed ether way, however it would be nice to have more details about the corruption before I commit to chkdsk /f. and a subsequent reboot.
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