Well I will be damn. Tihs morning I remove Avira because I wanted to try Esets suite again and to my bewildered eyes, I got the same chkdsk issue that happened quite awhile back with Kaspersky. It repaired the files or replaced them and moved on. So now I am wondering if this really isnt more of a Microsoft issue. I personally think it is and as time goes by, more vendors may have issues because of this. Sorry Kaspersky for pointing fingers in only one direction.