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How to Find Chkdsk Results on Windows 10

“Want to know where are the Chkdsk results located? Read through. ”

Scanning and removing various issues on your device prevents you from any mishaps, data loss, and optimize your system for enhanced performance. Searching error results of chkdsk files may be tricky for some users, but in general, it's very easy to find. The scan results for Drive errors or some other related issues save in Event Viewer logs of your device.

In case you are scanning your device for some suspicious and corrupted drivers, all the existing results are stored in a separate section of Chkdsk logs.

The scanned results of Chkdsk files can be fetched by using various methods, and if you are looking for such a method to do the same, then this blog is for you. There are multiple ways to check Chkdsk files by using the Event Viewer tool, PowerShell, and much more, but these two are the most preferred methods.

About Chkdsk and its related log files

Check Disk or popularly known as Chkdsk, is a built-in utility program stored on every system. It can be used through the command Prompt application and also with the Windows Scan Disk option. Mostly, this utility tool starts scanning the device on its own when you restart your system.

The main task of this utility tool is to scan all your system files located on the Hard Disk volume. Then, it troubleshoots all the files detected by this tool. It can also be used to troubleshoot various bad disk sectors. So, we can say that it's a utility program that cares for the maintenance of your system and boosts your device performance.

Chkdsk files are placed inside the System Volume Information generally located on the drive C. It can also be viewed by navigating the Event Viewer.

Points to Check Chkdsk logs by Using Event Viewer

Abide by these instructions to know how to locate chkdsk log files through the Event Viewer as it serves a comfortable way to find these files:

  • Firstly, tap the Window and S keys altogether to launch the search window.
  • Then, insert the keywords “Event Viewer” in the search pane on Windows 10.
  • After that, choose the option “Event Viewer” to expand the respective Window.
  • Hit the option “Windows logs” and, after that, search for the Applications section situated at the left-hand side of your Event Viewer panel.
  • Tap on “Filter Current Log” placed on the right-hand side section of Event Viewer to launch the Window.
  • After that, type “26226” into the text box of All Event ID.
  • Next, hit the OK tab to proceed.
  • Now, press the information icon to see various event details related to Chkdsk.

Points to Expand Chkdsk file logs via PowerShell

  • In the beginning, tap the Windows tab, and the R key at one go to expand the Run dialog box.
  • Now, enter PowerShell under the Run search box, followed by the OK button.
  • After that, it is recommended to type or copy-paste the under-mentioned path to view the recent chkdsk logs under PowerShell:

“get_winevent _Filter_HashTable _{logname=”Application”; id= 1001}| ?{$_provider_name –match_wininit | fl time_created,_message.”

  • Press Enter key to let the Windows to accept your command.
  • In case you wish to get text file for your log, then type the under mentioned path into the provided space of Command Prompt.

“get_win_event_Filter_Hash_Table_{log_name=”Application”; id=”1001″}| ?{$_.provider_name –match_wininit | fl time_created, message | out-file Desktop_CHKDSK_Results.txt.”

  • After a while, the log file in the form of text will be displayed on your system’s screen.

Note: If you wish to remove unwanted or inferior items from your device, then you can do so by deleting them. This will help you to make your system safe and smooth.

  • In case the PowerShell stops its performance, reach the website of your product manufacturer, and take help from it.
Elina John  is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber ​​security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Mcafee security products at  mcafee.com/activate .
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