you restart your computer, Windows will automatically check your disk
for errors, and Windows will try to recover any files that are located
on damaged areas on the disk.
If the problem persists after you restart your computer, try Step 2.
Step 2: Scan your hard disk for errors
Run the Chkdsk.exe program to try to recover files from any damaged areas of the disk. To do this, follow these steps:
Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK. A Command Prompt window opens.
Type chkdsk /r, and then press ENTER.
You are prompted to schedule Chkdsk to run when the computer restarts.
Press Y, and then press ENTER.
your computer. During startup, Windows will scan your disk for errors,
and Windows will try to recover any files that are located on damaged
areas on the disk.
If the problem persists after Windows starts, try Step 3.
Step 3: Contact your hardware manufacturer
If Steps 1 and 2 did not resolve the problem, your best bet may be to
contact the manufacturer of your computer or your hard disk. The
manufacturer may have a utility that you can use to perform a more
detailed scan for damaged areas of the disk. However, be aware that the
damage to your hard disk may be serious. Sometimes this means that your
only solution is to replace your hard disk.