I have a problem with a dual boot win7/linux system.
Every time I boot in Linux, and then boot into win7, I have the annoying problem of windows 7 running a check disk.
Initially I dismissed it as user error, but since switching from a Ubuntu dual setup to a Fedora dual setup and I have the exact same problem: Every time I exit Linux and reboot into Windows 7 it runs a CHDSK. Now is Fedora perhaps changing a part of the drive that windows expects to remain the same? If I could track it down it may help others in the same situation.