I have a corrupt directory which I cannot delete and when I run CHKDSK in read only mode it finds errors (orphaned files). However since it is on my main (and only) partition I cannot run it with /R to fix the errors. It says it will schedule for a reboot and on my past machines this is exactly what happens when I restart my machine.
However now it seems when I restart it this does not happen and windows boots up on its merry way. Using fsutil I can see the volume dirty bit is still set.