Bad file index


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Bob

I am running WindowsXP, SP2, and my disk analyzing tool, as well as Norton,
indicates that there is a problem with the NTFS files system, specifically
the indexing. Norton however cannot fix this under Windows. I also set
chkdsk to run at startup but this hasn't corrected the problem. What can I
use to fix a bad file system under windows?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Bob said:
I am running WindowsXP, SP2, and my disk analyzing tool, as well as
Norton, indicates that there is a problem with the NTFS files system,
specifically the indexing. Norton however cannot fix this under
Windows. I also set chkdsk to run at startup but this hasn't
corrected the problem. What can I use to fix a bad file system under
windows?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What were the results of chkdsk? What did Norton etc. say about it?
Provide something to work with.

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