1. Run Chkdsk /R on both disks.
Once a disk starts to go then you need to make sure it isn't going worse.
Also that /R is going to try and correct any bad sectors, anywhere on your disk, and will put entries into the disks internal tables marking sectors as bad so that the disk know to ignore those sectors.
2. After running chkdsk, the results can be viewed in the event viewer. Event Viewer - Read Check Disk (chkdsk) Log
How to Read the Event Viewer Log for Check Disk (chkdsk) in Windows 7 and Vista
3. Help us by fluffing out your system specs. Here's how to gather, and enter the info: Update your SevenForums System Specs User CP
(3rd item in the top menu bar) |
Your Profile | Edit System Spec
To gather info, use SIW
or Speccy or System Info
Add the word laptop
“system manufacturer” block, for example, Toshiba Satellite L305D notebook
Provide full windows version info, for example: MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
Use the “Other Info” block for Optical Reader,
Mouse, touchpad, wifi adapter, speakers, monitor, etc
Scroll down and click on the SAVE CHANGES
Only after running chkdsk (please run it again as requested here), then run the System File Checker in the manner described in this tutorial: SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
How to Repair Windows 7 System Files with System File Checker