You will need
- Registry editor Regedit.
In order to solve this problem, you need to go to the registry editor program, Regedit. It is worth remembering that editing the registry is dangerous so make first a backup of the registry files. To run the program, click menu "start" - "Run - > enter Regedit and click "OK".
In the editor window, find the folder [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/ControlSession/Manager]. In this folder there is the value BootExecute. BootExecute value by default, has one species - autocheck autochk *. If this parameter has another value, replace it with the default value, autocheck autochk *).
Click "OK". Close the registry editor and reboot the system.
When does not help edit the registry values inthe rank may lurk in the disk that is marked "dirty" bit, as its deletion after checking does not occur. Check the status of a dirty bit can be done with Fsutil.
To do this, run the run command as described above in atleast with the registry editor. Enter the command Fsutil dirty query Y: letter of the hard disk). You will see a message about "contamination" of the disc.
You can use the command Chkntfs – this will allow you to cancel the test drive while subsequent loads of the system. The syntax for this command is as follows: Chkntfs /x Y: (Y: is the drive letter of the hard disk). You will see a message about the system used NTFS.
After closing all Windows, please reboot your system. Before the appearance of the screen whenvestia program starts checking the disk. It will give the same "dirty" bits, but will no longer bother you.