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I know how to run a chkdsk on boot for C:.

How can I schedule chkdsk to run on boot for multiple drives (which normally will just be checked inside Windows)?

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fsutil dirty set <drive:>

From Microsoft:

Queries to see whether a volume's dirty bit is set. Sets a volume's dirty bit. When a volume's dirty bit is set, autochk automatically checks the volume for errors the next time the computer is restarted.

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