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SubjectRe: [OT] NTFS is fast at fsck/chkdsk NOT !
From: Gordon Chaffee <chaffee@cs.berkeley.edu>

>DAVID BALAZIC writes:
>> Who said that NT with NTFS recovers fast from corruptions ?
>> Who said is fscks ( chkdsk actually ) fast on boot ?
>>
>> I don't know what setup they are using , but on a NT4SP4 box here
>> a chkdsk lasts just as long as it would a fsck on ext2.
>
>The only reason you are seeing chkdsk run is because your filesystem
>is FAT based, not NTFS. chkdsk never runs on an NTFS filesystem.
>Check your facts a little more carefully before posting.

I rechecked it , bot explorer properties and WinNT Diagnostics
say that it is NTFS. ( drive C: , the only one )

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