I don't need to keep running chkdsk. I don't run it so often but when I need to, I just would like it to run within a reboot like it should. It started about 3 weeks ago when I wanted to defrag but I could not do it because defrag messaged me that "a chkdsk has been set on this machine, please run chkdsk /f in order to run defrag" ( or something like that). I know we don't have to run chkdsk everyday OtheHill.
I tried sys restore but didn't help.
I just did run the the repair console and everything was fine out of it.
I think I might have found the problem ( or a part of it ) in safe mode, if I press esc key, it skips loading sptd.sys and then chkdsk runs fine. I think (according to the internet), sptd.sys has been installed with DAEMON Tools. I'll try disabling it or uninstall DAEMON Tools to see.
download my xp theme at
http://www.themexp.org/ in visual style under music : "Misplaced Marillion" and "Script for a jester Marillion" under nature: "high as a sky pie" and "Mother nature and Fat