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Deleting Index Entry at startup

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by quoins, Jul 24, 2007.

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  1. quoins

    quoins Thread Starter

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    ''Deleting an Index entry with id 282 from index $sdh of file9''
    This happened just as a home made DVD was placed in the cd drive. the drive is dvd readable. the computer has not been able to log on ...
    the above message came up 17 times and it is doing scandisk 5 out of 5 times.

    any ideas?
     
  2. The Hound

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    Are you running Windows 2000?

    If yes, look here...
     
  3. quoins

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    windows xp
     
  4. quoins

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    I just checked the kb @ microsoft they have nothing on this...
     
  5. The Hound

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    When is this error appearing? On bootup?
     
  6. quoins

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    it starts at bootup
     
  7. The Hound

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    I guess what I'm asking is this:

    >Are you saying that chkdsk is running automatically each time you startup?

    >Are you saying that "Deleting an Index Entry..." message is showing during the scandisk?

    >Are you able to boot normally after the chkdsk? Safe mode? Can you check the event viewer?
     
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