|Fix 1 – Chkdsk
- Start your computer using a Windows 10 DVD or a USB drive. If
you don’t have any Windows 10 media available,
visit this page and follow the steps to create one using the
Media Creation Tool.
- Once starting using a DVD or USB device, select the “Repair your
computer” option located at the lower-left corner.
Choose “Command prompt“.
- At the command prompt, type the following, then press “Enter“:
chkdsk /r c:
- If your bootable drive is a letter other than “C”, replace “c:”
with the bootable drive letter you use.
- Select “Y” for yes on the question regarding checking the disk
the next time the system restarts.
- Restart the system. Be patient while chkdsk checks your drive
for errors. It could take a really long time.