Disk Defragmenter has detected that Chkdsk is scheduled to run on the volume (c)

My computer is as follows: 2.80 ghz, 4 Pent, Intel, HP d530 SFF (PB603a)

I am running Windows XP PRO SP3. v2.18

1. When you try to defrag my computer to speed it up i get: DISK DEFRAGMENTER has DETECTED THAT CHKDSK IS SCHEDULED TO RUN VOLUME C: Please RUN CHKDSK C: /F

I'll then: run cmd, then type chkdsk C:/f/r and I get: THE TYPE OF FILE SYSTEM IS NTFS. CANNOT LOCK THE DRIVE CURRENT.

CANOE FOR CHKDSK TO RUN BECAUSE THE VOLUME IS IN USE BY ANOTHER PROCESS. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SCHEDULE THIS VOLUME BE CHECKED THE NEXT TIME THE SYSTEM IS RESTARTED? I selects Y and I roboot system, but nothing happens. I do not get a blue screen or any other people say they get.

2 error Checking: select two options (Auto trouble & scan and attempt recovery of bad sectors. I get the following error message:

WINDOWS COULD NOT PERFORM THE DISCK CHECK

These errors appear when I am logged in SafeMode as well. I'm about to become bald of pulling my hair because of the frustration it causes me. If anyone has any ideas can you please help me.

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Did you insert a space between "C:" and "/ F"?  It is not clear in your answer.
-JW

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