Welcome to SF! entinggi
I have to agree with marsmimar there that the volume is considered "dirty" by way of errors being found on the drive. Besides the System File Checker another tool to run would be the Disk Check tool. To schedule that for a run simply right click on the drive's icon in Windows Explorer and open the Tools tab in the properties screen. Under error checking click on the Check Now button.
At the command you would type "chkdsk /r" to see it scheduled to run the next time the system starts up or after a restart. It will run for several minutes as the tool scans and attempts to repair any errors found. Once you have run them both see how the next attempt goes for you.