Re: Missing NT bootup file? Help!!

OTR Communications, LLC ( (no email) )
Wed, 01 Jul 1998 07:23:09


Autochk.exe is a file that lives in your WINNT\system32 subdirectory. It
is associated with the winlogon.exe procedure at boot-up. The version on
my system is 410 KB dated 5/1/97.

I have never had any problems with Diskkeeper yet, but thanks for the

Hope this helps,

Murrah Boswell

At 08:56 AM 7/1/98 +0100, you wrote:
>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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