Windows Corrupt File – Looking for Solution

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Hello,

To remove that virus, I keep my Laptop off currently with fingers crossed.

Also Reg editor and Task manager are starting & working very well.

Here is an error message that happened in the every startup:

Windows – Corrupt File

The file or directory System Volume Information is corrupt and unreadable. Please run the Chkdsk utility.

                                                                    OK

I need a solution to solve this error. Please help me.

Thanks a lot.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #135932

Windows Corrupt File – Looking for Solution

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Hello janetsbraswel,

Upon seeing your image, meaning that there is a corrupted file in your system. My first suggestion is booted in safe mode. And then do a system restore. Restore your computer to the earlier time that the problem is not occurring. Just remember when did the last time you have a good configuration. Here is a step by step guide from Microsoft to get the full details. System restore in safe mode.

Well if that didn't solve your problem the best way is to boot up using mini PC and copy and paste the file that is corrupted from your windows XP CD.

Hope this will solve your problem. Have a nice day.

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Windows Corrupt File – Looking for Solution

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Hello Dear,

Thanks for sharing your problem with us.

Dear it shows that your windows file has been corrupted or it is stuck in a bad cluster.

Kindly do as I direct you.

When your computer starts, press F8. It will open the lists of windows running options. Choose safe mode from there, when you see the desktop after logging in.

Type CMD in Run and press enter. Here type chkdsk and press enter.

It will scan your file system for errors and will fix the errors.

If you see that it is not working then. Open start menu choose all programs and then click on accessories. And choose system tools and click system restore.

Then restore your computer's settings. It will fix your error.

Thanks.

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