Sometimes it happens that after the boot screen of the Windows operating system, the blue CHKDSK screen pops up with percent calculations instead of the usual desktop boot.
What is this screen reporting about? It tells the user that one or more partitions of the computer’s hard drive is possibly damaged, or the file system is damaged. Next, the verification of volumes for suitability for further work begins. The scan time depends on the size of the partitions being checked and on the processor clock speed, as well as the amount of RAM. Naturally, you can skip this verification screen, and we are informed about this before the start of scanning and verification, but this is not recommended Continue reading