Which of these commands would check a hard drive file system for logical errors?
A) chkdsk /f
B) bootrec /fixmbr
C) diskpart /fs
D) format /f
E) bootrec /fixboot
F) I never was very good at logic
The answer: A) chkdsk /f
The chkdsk command can be used to check for logical errors with the /f option, and to perform both a logical error check and scan for bad drive sectors with /r.
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In which of these cases would you be most likely to use DISKPART?
A) Copy file contents from one disk to another
B) Check a drive for logical errors
C) Prepare a storage device for formatting
D) Prepare a storage device for removal
E) Shouldn’t it work on the entire disk?