Lately Windows 7 has been telling me that I need to check disk D: for consistency. This happens more than 50% of the time when booting up.
The first time, I didn't touch anything so that it would go ahead and do its scan. It didn't seem to do anything - just booted straight into Windows. The second time I tried to skip it by pressing any key. It ignored all of my keystrokes and still counted down to 0 (then skipped the disk check).
Sometimes, it gets down to 0 but then just hangs... no indication that anything is going on.
This is happening on a < 3 month old laptop. C: and D: are on the same physical disk - just two partitions. I never get any notification that C: needs to be checked for consistency.
It's a ~300GB HD. C: has 60gb (32gb free) and D: has ~240GB (122gb free).
What could be causing this to keep coming up? What can I do to fix it?