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Windows 7: Internal drive repeatedly repaired by Windows

14 Feb 2015   #1

windows 7 32bit
Internal drive repeatedly repaired by Windows

Hi guys,

I have this very worrying problem with one of my internal drives. Every now and again a Windows balloon pops up and says that it fixed errors on my F: drive. When I go into the event viewer under 'system' there are tonnes of entries for the file system being repaired.

Here are a few of the errors;

The Master File Table (MFT) contains a corrupted file record.  The file reference number is 0x4000000004e50
The file system structure on volume F: cannot be corrected.
Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume F:.
Volume F: (\Device\HarddiskVolume9) needs to be taken offline to perform a Full Chkdsk.  Please run "CHKDSK /F" locally via the command line, or run "REPAIR-VOLUME <drive:>" locally or remotely via PowerShell.
Most of the error messages are the second one above. But the first ones worries me the most.

Some background on my machine;

I dual boot from two separate SSD's into Windows 8.1 and OSX 10.2 respectively. Then I have a Western Digitial 4TB hardrives partitioned into two 2TB drives - formatted NTFS.

On one of the 2TB drives is this F: drive. This is where I keep all my documents, pictures, music and such. in Windows my documents folders are mapped to the F: drive and in OSX Yosemite the users folders are linked via symbolic links.

In OSX I use Tuxera NTFS to write to the NTFS drives. I have a feeling the issues lies here somewhere! Perhaps everytime I boot into OSX and play around it corrupts the drive in windows???

Possibly the settings in Tuxera are causing problems. I think I have caching turned on. See this menu here.

Just one more note - I have Paragon Backup and Recovery 14 installed. In device manager I get an error under - UIM direct device image plugin. It says;

The software for this device has been blocked from starting because it is known to have problems with Windows. Contact the hardware vendor for a new driver. (Code 48)
I believe this allows me to open images (like .bin) directly in windows explorer. Maybe this is an issue?

Please please help! I'm really worried that the drive is just gonna not work some day!

Any ideas?

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14 Feb 2015   #2

windows 7 32bit

this should be on window 8 forum

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