Re: Missing NT bootup file? Help!!

Paul Sheahan ( (no email) )
Wed, 1 Jul 1998 09:42:28 -0400

This is an NT file normally located in the \winnt\system32 directory and you
should be able to copy it from another installation.

Keep in mind, it is service pack specific....copy the correct one from
whatever service pack you are at or you can get ugly results...

-----Original Message-----
From: Philip de Lisle <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, July 01, 1998 3:53 AM
Subject: Missing NT bootup file? Help!!

>This is a real shot in the dark, but Execsoft have not gotten back to me on
>this after a week, so I thought I'd ask the list <flattery> as you are such
>a knowledgeable bunch of people (</flattery>
>I have just been asked to evaluate Diskeeper for NT v3.0
>Since I tested the Boot-time Directory Consolidation feature, I now see an
>error message every time I boot up as the last thing on the blue screen
>before the GUI kicks in (it is after status messages saying that the drive
>is clean). The message is
> "AUTOCH program not found - skipping AUTOCHECK"
>What is the AUTOCH program? Is it part of Diskeeper or something in NT
>itself? If the latter, please can you tell me the name of this file as I
>have several NT Workstation installations and can copy the file manually to
>the test PC. None of my other PCs show this message
>Philip de Lisle
>Managing Director
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