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I've seen windows have this problem where it always runs chckdsk.

http://www.winvistaclub.com/t20.html

I don't remember exactly why it gets flagged so, sometimes it's a read error (doesn't mean bad sector) and doesn't get fixed till that sector gets written to. Other times it just seems that windows hates the user, which also doesn't get fixed automatically either. =P
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well after i did what you said i did not have any chkdsk show up for a couple reboots.. but this morning after i turned the computer on ...once again had a nother dang chkdsk
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well after i did what you said i did not have any chkdsk show up for a couple reboots.. but this morning after i turned the computer on ...once again had a nother dang chkdsk
Do you have any other SATA cables that you can replace the one you are currently using? Or as a test, borrow the one from your optical drive to connect the HDD. Maybe as simple as a bad SATA cable.

Check to make sure you have the latest SATA drivers for your Mobo.

You may want to also check that you have the latest BIOS for your Mobo. There is always an outside chance that something is going on between the BIOS and your Southbridge. The Southbridge acts as the link between your CPU and HDD. It is also the controller for your HDDs.
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