Another box will open, at the prompt type chkdsk /r and hit Enter. Anyway, im used to it. However, that said, I would like you to start over and download the .iso for Build 10074 from HERE. I used 4.0 Other than that - take a look at step #12 in the tutorial here: Extract Files from Windows 7 Installation DVD My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Check This Out
Sorry I'm not much help > > >> > at > > >> > the moment, but you can go off and Google something like "incorrect > > >> > dirty One of the new (or at least the first time I've noticed it) features is disk maintenance in the Tuneup section. We both > > >> replaced the autochk.exe file and scanning at startup worked again. > > >> > > >> If your autochk.exe file is corrupted, just replace it - After you have successfully uninstalled your autochk.exe-associated program (eg.
the only problem is you > >> will > >> need a windows XP Install disk (I'll explain why...) > >> > >> Go to C:\Windows\System32 > >> Right click on It just start normally. Autochk.exe is what calls > >> chkdsk > >> to run, so if it's broken, no scan. Run the following command: (Notice that Xmust bethe drive letter on which your system has mounted the ISO) 4.1 DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:\Sources\Install.wim:1 /LimitAccess 5.
This is where you need to deliberate on the aspect of replacing the faulty version of the file. I'm probably just going to stick with the XP version >> until >> there is a hotfix for this problem. The system starts up normally then explorer.exe stops working. Kb975778 The rest was done with Windows updates. (See attachments System Restore points).
Recommendation: Scan your PC for autochk.exe registry corruption Filename: autochk.exe Latest Known Version: 126.96.36.199 Developer: Microsoft File Size (Bytes): 730112 Software: MSDN Disc 3712 Operating System: Windows Description: January 2007 MD5: Does anybody have any ideas how I can fix this without having to totally reinstall everything? Browse EXE Files in Alphabetical Order: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-corrupted-autochk-exe-when-running-sfc-scannow.1114848/ Rikki Says: January 18th, 2013 at 3:34 pm Thank you so much for this vital info!!!!!!!
A black box will open with a blinking cursor. On drives above 500GB it can take several hours.) When the Disk Check is done, it will finish loading Windows. Browse into the sources folder of the Windows DVD. X501U Memory 4.00 GB Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD 6290 Graphics Sound Card (1) AMD High Definition Audio Device (2) Realtek High Defi Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 x 32 bits
That didn't concern me too much as I just restored a system image backup and all is well. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/how-dangerous-are-corrupted-autochkexe-files-and/40b0a9ee-5667-4ecb-b2d9-6b5c1c0bf68c It poped up an error msg like the one in img. Autochk.exe Corrupt Windows 7 Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Autochk.exe Virus Then reboot the computer.
And I certainly don't need or want to make matters worst... http://smashyourweb.com/windows-7/windows-7-hangs-on-starting-windows-screen.html I had no problems with my machine - but copying the autochk.exe file from WinSxS to System32 resulted in a non-booting machine after running chkdsk. Click Programs and Features. I'd already spotted that the file in the System32 folder is actually a hard link and from what I've been reading elsewhere it's the same file that is shown in the Replace Autochk Exe Windows 7
In XP there's a registry setting that you can change to > > unmark the drive as dirty. I'll add the > >> link, > >> but know that the first 3/4 of the article includes some frustrated > >> profanity. Staff Online Now valis Moderator Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor capnkrunch Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums http://smashyourweb.com/windows-7/display-the-windows-help-article-titled-learn-about-windows-basics.html Macboatmaster replied Jan 11, 2017 at 11:36 AM Loading...
The autochk.exe file is located at > (DriveLetter):\I386\AUTOCHK.EXE > > Copy the AUTOCHK.EXE file from the XP installation disk to > C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOCHK.EXE and you should be good to go! > > My... You can easily find it by clicking the size column header to sort the files list by size, because it's the largest file on this folder.
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! We do not guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. I used the above method to get some files, well up-to opening folder 4. It advised that...
Autochk.exe Corrupt « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum autochk.exe modified by iexplore.exeI have scowered the internet to the best of my ability and the power of Thanks location: microsoft.com - date: February 10, 2013 Some how my Windows xp professional has been corrupted. This can potentially help you avoid hours of troubleshooting headaches associated with EXE errors. http://smashyourweb.com/windows-7/windows-7-ultimate-error-0x8004fe22-copy-of-windows-not-genuine.html Using the "system file check" utility I discovered that my autochk.exe file is corrupted and sfc could not repair it.
The > > >> autochk.exe file keeps getting corrupted. The time now is 12:13. Several programs can share the same autochk.exe file, but when these programs are uninstalled or changed, sometimes "orphaned" (invalid) EXE registry entries are left behind. I found the file as you suggested and copied it to my > OS but chkdsk /F still will not work and on sfc autochk.exe is still corrupt > and cannot
It is only if you are a system professional must you proceed with the step of manually fixing the registries.Max Utilities is an apt PC speed optimizer which lets you to If you want to, though give it a try and let me know how >> it >> goes! There is a > >> very > >> significant chance the problem came from a microsoft hotfix. This all sounds right.
Right-Click to bring up the Start Context Menu. In fact, one misplaced comma can prevent your PC from booting entirely! You might want to read this first: >> http://www.windowsitpro.com/Article/...616/94616.html >> >> --- >> >> "Lang Murphy" wrote: >> >> > "For the Birds"
SFC /scannow results tell me I have a corruption that it can't repair. A menu will pop up with cmd at the top, right click on it and select Run as Administrator. Step 3: Clean Out Your System Junk (Temporary Files and Folders) With Disk Cleanup (cleanmgr) Over time, your computer accumulates junk files from normal web surfing and computer use.