My desktop PC set-up consists of 3 SSDs (Win7, Win10 & Ubuntu 16.10) and 1 HDD where I store data. Ubuntu's GRUB 2.02 menu controls the choices at boot up. My problem is that most every time I start Windows 7 and sometimes Win10 the computer goes to disk checking mode for consistency, scans the drives and does somethings. This occurs even when I only access Win7 and the HDD data drive. Is there anyways I can encapsulate the Win7 and Win10 in their own system environment so I don't have to see the disk checking every time. I only need to access the OS and the data drive at one time. Please advise. Thank you.