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What to do with one of the most perplexing of error messages -- the "insufficient memory" message from the Microsoft CHKDSK utility.
Most admins are familiar with CHKDSK, but what about it's lesser known cousin, CHKNTFS?
Data availability has been an issue for admins running chkdsk, but that's no longer the case in Windows Server 2012. Here's a look at what's changed.