How to Fix File System Errors in Windows 10

How to Fix File System Errors in Windows 10

How to Fix File System Errors in Windows 10

Geeks - To fix file system errors in Windows 10, you can try using the built-in Disk Check tool. Here's how to do it:

Open the Start menu and type "cmd" (without quotes) in the search box.

Right-click on the Command Prompt app and select "Run as administrator" from the context menu.

In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter:

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chkdsk C: /f /r

Note: Replace "C" with the drive letter of the disk that you want to check.

The command will scan the disk for errors and automatically fix them if possible. If any errors are found that can't be fixed automatically, you'll need to fix them manually or use a third-party tool to fix them.

Once the scan is complete, restart your computer and check if the file system errors have been fixed.

If the built-in Disk Check tool doesn't fix the file system errors, you can try using a third-party disk repair tool to fix them. There are many such tools available online, both free and paid. Some popular ones include TestDisk, Disk Drill, and DiskWarrior. You can try using any of these tools to fix the file system errors on your Windows 10 computer.

Note: Before using any third-party disk repair tool, make sure to create a full backup of your important data to avoid data loss.

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