1001 Nights (EventID): *Open Sesame*
The following phrase it's an excerpt from the MSKB article:
Q218461 -"Description of Enhanced Chkdsk, Autochk, and Chkntfs Tools in Windows 2000"
When Autochk runs against a volume at boot time it records its output to a file called Bootex.log in the root of the volume being checked. The Winlogon service then moves the contents of each Bootex.log file to the Application Event log. One event log message for each volume checked is recorded as follows:
Event ID: 1001
Description: This includes file system type; drive letter or GUID, and volume name or serial number to help determine what volume Chkdsk ran against.
Also included is whether Chkdsk ran because a user scheduled it or because the dirty bit was set.
So, launch Event Viewer, select Application log. In the right pane, find the event with the source Winlogon and EventID 1001 and double click it. After that, copy and paste it in your reply for further clues.
Trying to unweave, unwind, unravel
And piece together the past and the future,
T. S. Eliot
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