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"Solution

To solve the issue, discussed above, you should try running the chkdsk utility manually. For this, you can consider the following suggestions:

Boot the computer and access its command prompt to run the command. You should run chkdsk with switches like, /f, /r, and/or /p
You can boot your computer using Windows installation disk and run chkdsk from its command prompt
Move your hard disk to a different computer, attach it as a slave, and check the disk for errors"
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Press F8 at boot until you get list of choices (Safe Mode, Last Good Config, Command prompt)
Select command prompt.
Enter chkdsk /r (Drive letter:)
 
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