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AFAIK there is no full replacement for chkdsk. You basically have two options use ntfsfix ntfsfix is part of ntfs-3g and should be pre-installed on your Ubuntu LiveMedium. It can fix only some fundamental issues with NTFS, but it always triggers a chkdsk on next Windows-startup. In some cases this can be enough to get it back to a usable state ...


I would say that there is not the best choice of USBCreator to make bootable USB-flash drive (sounds strange isn't it?). Much more better way through command line: sudo dd if='ubuntu-14.10-desktop-amd64.iso' of=/dev/sdb bs=16M Where if is input file. of is destination file. bs - read up to BYTES bytes at a time. Note: Be careful while specifying path ...

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