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Windows 7: Files getting corupted and inaccessible

09 Dec 2011   #1
Hyperion 1

Win 7 Ultimate, x64-bit
Files getting corupted and inaccessible

I have a bigger problem now... I had a lot of restarts since a unknown problem appeared (what makes my windows freeze + restart all the time). Beacuse I restart my computer each day when he freezes, i have now problems like files and folders being corrupted and inaccessible. Can't access a folder or open program. It even says that some .exe program is corrupted or web browser too... but i can open 99% of them only not 1 or 2. I think that reinstalling my win is the only way out of these many problems i have now beacuse restarting my computer each day by 2-3 times isn't a solution...


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10 Dec 2011   #2
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64


Lets try something first :

1. Open an elevated (adminstrator permsssion) CMD window
2. At the prompt, type sfc /scannow and hit enter.
3. Report the results that are shown.

Check your hard drive/s:

1. Open an elevated (adminstrator permsssion) CMD window
2. Type chkdsk /R and hit enter
3. You will be prompted whether you wish to schedule a check disk at next bootip - type Y and hit enter.
4. Reboot your PC.
5. During bootup, a chkdsk will be run - make a note of any problems it finds and post back here.

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