Encounter: cannot open volume for direct access

One day, if you don’t know what software you have installed, it will appear in the boot process when you boot or reboot:
Cannot open volume for direct access.
Autochk cannot run due to an error caused by a recently installed software package.
Use the system restore feature from the control panel to restore
An unspecified error
boot time of my machine also jumped directly from 12 seconds to 29 seconds, and the self-check would automatically skip, without actually going to self-check.
After a random search, they all need to enter the safe mode for CHKDSK for detection and repair. I don’t want to go to such trouble. I always feel that my machine is not in such trouble.
here will repair method of Microsoft in the BBS links posted

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/chkdsk-error-cannot-open-volume-for-direct-access/5f8c4a7f-e609-445b-a63d-aa63f7112440 but, I still think, I did it because I installed the software. But why doesn’t the machine detect it automatically and skip it every time?
there must be a reason that pre-loaded software such as anti-virus software is preventing automatic detection (remember win95 to xp encountered similar things, but not automatically skipped detection), try uninstalling 360.
Sure enough, after uninstalling 360 and restarting the machine, the machine will no longer skip the automatic detection, and restart the machine after the successful completion of the detection. There is no longer any annoying reminder that Cannot open volume for direct Access.
machine startup time is back to 12 seconds.


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