Check disk running at startup and keyboard not working

When I boot my machine it starts check disk for drive d and the keyboard doesn’t work while checking the disk so I can’t cancel it.

The keyboard not working is fine. This is due to the BIOS not being set to detect your type of keyboard during startup.  It’s best to get a computer tech to look at this as it involves changing some very sensitive settings.

The chkdsk on startup is a much more serious problem. This usually indicates bad sectors on the hard drive. This will mean replacing the drive.

To check for the bad blocks, run Check Disk in the full /r mode. We have instructions on a previous page, just change the drive letter to d:.

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