Be able to script if a VC volume wasn't dismounted properly

Topics: Users Discussion
Nov 9, 2015 at 11:26 PM
Every once in a while I get careless and unplug my USB drive with my Veracrypt volume on, Veracrypt is run with a script.

Therefore next time, I get Windows wanting to do a Checkdisk of the volume. After that, the custom menus of the apps I have the run inside the drive X: VC volume can't run.

Anyone have any ideas on how I can get Windows to run a process if Checkdesk kicks in as it finds a problem with file structure of a Veracrypt volume?

I'm just trying to cover for eventualities of my clients pulling out a USB drive at a wrong time.