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Everytime I plug in my iPod Windows 7 says it has problems and do i want to scan and fix. How do I disable this? I know my iPod is in good shape.

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I know my iPod is in good shape.

Windows begs to differ :)

anyway, don’t click the “Scan and Fix” button.

open up a command line prompt and type the following command:

chkdsk (device drive letter): /f

for instance the ipod is mounted as drive E type: chkdsk e: /f

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Might want to add that "enable disk use" needs to be checked and iTunes should be closed (otherwise chkdsk) will complain. – Palmin Aug 23 '11 at 8:14

Open a command prompt and type chkdsk X:\ /f.

  • X = Drive letter of your iPod.
  • f = Fix.
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you just signed up to answer the question and then got beaten by 1 minute? life can be so not fair :) +1 – Molly7244 Nov 8 '09 at 3:03

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