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The date and time was 7/17/2008 11:45 AM, and on a whim, Brian Mailman
pounded out on the keyboard:

> Terry R. wrote:
>> The date and time was 7/15/2008 2:11 PM, and on a whim, t gristle
>> pounded out on the keyboard:
>>> chkdsk isn't accessible on my xp machine through settings, but it
>>> was through explorer.
>>> i first tried the option 'Scan for and attempt recovery of bad
>>> sectors' but the scan couldn't complete phase 2. so i picked the
>>> 'Automatically fix file system errors' option scheduled for the
>>> next boot up, and hit restart. i was out of the room when the
>>> check completed and the machine booted up, so i don't know what the
>>> report, if any, said, but i suppose it was ok.

> [,,,]
>> You can check Event Viewer for the results of the scan.

> I know this is OT, but a quick question.... in my case, it's been too
> long since I ran chkdsk and it found errors and sequestered them
> somewhere. I've never found them. What would be the location of that
> folder; and failing that, what would be the extension of the files that
> were crosslinked and then sequestered?
> Thanks.
> B/

Usually on the drive of the errors, I believe it's a folder named
Recovered or something similar, or possibly that's the beginning of the
filenames (recovered.001, etc.).

Terry R.
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