1.0.0 – For all versions of Windows
Disk Error Checking at Next Boot will set the dirty bit flag on a drive. When the dirty bit flag is set, Windows will perform a disk check and repair any errors it finds at the next system boot.
Usually, you would set a drive error check by using the tools tab on the properties of a drive. The odd thing is sometimes it won’t set, and you would have to do it again to get the system to scan the drive. This wasn’t very pleasant. So I made this tool easier and faster to get the drive error check going.
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