As you should know when Windows find a problem in a computer, many times it runs a chkdsk at boot-time.
This solution explains how to exclude certain drives to produce this behaviour.
In this example we will exclude the c drive from the default boot-time check.
1. Press Windows Ket + R, type cmd and press enter.
chkntfs c: /X
and press enter.
You are done. If you want to restore it to the default behaviour just type:
If you need to know if windows will do a chkdsk in the next boot for a drive just type:
where drive is the drive letter you need to use.