Every time I happen to shut off my computer manually, it runs automatically a CHKDSK check before starting up. I tried to edit the registry in
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager key BootExecute
The string was
autocheck autochk /k:C
It means that my drive C: [I have it on the letter C:] is already disabled in fact the /k:C means that the C driver will not be checked any more. I did not schedule any CHKDSK in my "Scheduled Tasks"! It just starts running each and every time I reboot my computer normally after I shut it off in an incorrect way through the power button [holding it and after a few seconds realising it and then pushing it once again].
Besides, in CMD the C: drive is NOT damaged [fsutil dirty query C:].
Should I change the value
autocheck autochk /k:C to the string autocheck autochk *
I suppose it could lead to data corruption, isn't it?! .. I had better be careful.
I tried also to go to CMD [always as administrator from system32] and enter
chkntfs /X C:
The result is "The type of the file systen is NTFS."
So, what should I do if none of these resolution fixed my problem?