Windows 10 Microsoft fixes the chkdsk command
If you had problems with Windows 10 and had a Blue Screen of Death while running the chkdsk command, do not worry. You will be able to use the command again in the next 24 hours, according to Microsoft.
In an earlier post we mentioned that some Windows 10 computers were having problems when users were running the built-in Check Disk Utility (chkdsk). Check Disk Utility lets you use the command prompt to scan a specified drive and repair / recover data on the drive.
With the latest update, however, the disk control tool crashed, which caused problems on some devices.
Microsoft he says that a "small number of devices" that have the Windows 10 KB4592438 update installed may not start if you run the "chkdsk / f" command.
Microsoft recognized the problem very quickly and has already started developing an update. The company even stated that the error will be corrected automatically in the next 24 hours without having to make changes.