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    "fsutil dirty query" equivalent in Windows 10?

    I have found the command line fsutil program to be useful under Windows XP. In particular, the command "fsutil dirty query X:" where "x" is a drive letter. This syntax seems to be unsupported under Windows 10. Is there a different way to check a partition for a dirty bit under Windows 10?

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    John

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    It still works on Windows 10 at an Admin Command Prompt:

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    Thanks for the tip!

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