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I'm unable to find out why my Windows always wants to check a volume that I can't determine. Here is a crappy snapshot with my cellular

Photo of screen showing the problem

I can read \?\volume{73....

Of course I can't use chkdsk -x [DRIVE] because it is not a drive.

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migrated from Apr 11 '12 at 10:26

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Checkdisk works fine with volume mount points, i.e. instead of the drive letter you can specify:


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