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      • Von SchumiGSG9 PCGH-Community-Veteran(in)
        danke cubbi223
      • Von cubbi223 PC-Selbstbauer(in)
        We got some reports of an issue where using Avira in Windows 7 leads to regular chkdsk-runs upon reboot. Our developers are analysing the problem and now succeeded to reproduce it. We are also in close contact with Microsoft to get to the bottom of this issue. It is not just affecting Avira in Windows 7 though, many other Antivirus products seem to trigger this behavior occasionally too as we learned during the investigation of the problem.

        Microsoft introduced a slight change in the NTFS driver in Windows 7. Anyhow, even Microsoft can not pinpoint the problem (which by the way occurs seldom) yet. Update: Meanwhile, we could reproduce the issue and track it down together with Microsoft.

        As far as we can tell from the current state of investigation, the problem occurs in special conditions, when an operation is performed upon an already deleted file. This leads to the situation that the NTFS driver / the windows 7 kernel deems the file system as corrupted (which it is not) and sets the dirty-flag of the NTFS partition. This in turn leads to the chkdsk-run on the next start of the system. In previous versions of the windows kernel, the operating system just returned an error.

        We found a workaround for this issue. A hotfix is currently being tested and gets hopefully shipped next week as update, if there are no issues showing up in Quality Assurance. The driver avgntflt.sys in version will fix this issue then. We will continue to analyse this issue together with Microsoft as we need to understand the problem correctly in-depth to come up with a better solution; maybe even a Windows Update will be necessary.
      • Von SchumiGSG9 PCGH-Community-Veteran(in)
        Zitat von BigMac81
        Ich habe selbst Win 7 Ultimate x64 und Antivir und habe überhaupt keine probleme
        so geht es wohl den meisten wenn ich das hier so lese
        und Avira und MS wissen wohl selbst nicht warum es andere trifft...

        MFG SchumiGSG9
      • Von qh1000 Schraubenverwechsler(in)
        Hatte Antivir und Win 7 Home Premium x64 und hatte auch das besagte Chkdsk- Problem. Hab Antivir deinstalliert und stattdessen AVG drauf und das System läuft wieder absolut stabil.
      • Von BigMac81 Schraubenverwechsler(in)
        Ich habe selbst Win 7 Ultimate x64 und Antivir und habe überhaupt keine probleme
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Kurzfristige Lösung im Forum
Aviras Antivir macht aktuell kleine Probleme mit Windows 7. Der Virenscanner ruft bei jedem Neustart des Betriebssystems das Programm CHKDSK auf.
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