Run CHKDSK to check for disk errors .

1.        Click Start > Run.

2.        In the Run box, type the following text:


3.        Click OK.

4.        At the command prompt, type the drive letter of the drive you want to check (followed by a colon), and then press Enter.

 For example, to check drive D, type the following text:


5.        Change to the root directory of the drive by typing the following text and pressing Enter:


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