While using your Windows 10 computer, you may sometimes notice that an error message appeared on the Action Center, 'Restart to fix the drive error. Click to restart your PC'. Even if you click on it and your system restarts, the problem will continue to bother you. To fix this error on your own, follow these quick fixes. If that doesn't work, try the solutions.
1. Sometimes restarting your computer may be enough.
2. Many users have stated that the problem is due to external drives connected to their system. So, if you have connected an external hard drive or Pen Drive, please remove it. Reboot your system.
Follow these steps to force shutdown your device
a. Turn off the computer.
B. Just press the power button to boot the system.
C. So when the system boots up, as soon as you saw the manufacturer logo, press “Press and hold the power button again to force shutdown the system.
D. Continue 2-3 more times and you will automatically get to the home repair screen.
When your computer starts, you will be in Auto Repair mode.
Fix - 1-Use Startup Repair
Initial repair deals with these types of driver errors.
1. Enter the Auto Repair screen by following the step explained above.
2. Click on 'Advanced options”To view more options.
3. Once you are in 'Choose an option', click on the "Solve problems".
4. You have to click on "Advanced options".
6. Next, click on “Initial repair”To start the repair process.
Leave the rest to Initial Repair. Wait for this verification process to complete.
Your system will boot normally. Check if the error is still present or not.
Solution 2: Manually run an error check for each drive
Try to check every other drive if you have encountered the error.
1. Log in to the File Browser on your system.
2. When the File Navigator opens, click on "What PC".
3. In the beginning, click destroyk any drive and then click "Property".
4. After that, you should go to the "Instruments“tab.
5. In the Error Checking section, click "Check".
6. Next, click on “Scan and repair the unit".
7. Wait for the verification process to complete.
8. Next, click on “To close“To close the Error Checking window.
9. Repeat the same for the other available drives to check for errors in the same process.
Once you are done, your problem will be solved.
Solution 3: Use the ChkDsk command
Sometimes you may need to run the Advanced Repair Checkout Disc to fix the problem.
1. When the Auto Repair window pops up, click "Advanced repair".
2. Again, you need to click on "Solve problems".
4. As the Troubleshoot open windows, click "Advanced options".
5. To access the terminal, click on "Symbol of the system".
6. Select your account.
7. Pay in your account password.
7. write this command mentioned below in the terminal and press Pay in.
chkdsk /f /r drive letter
Replace the 'drive letter' with the drive letter where you think the corruption is. Most likely it is the external drive.
Example - For this system, we will run the 'F:' unit. So the command is ~
chkdsk /f /r F:
Try backing up the drive on which you are trying to run this verification disk scan. This scan will repair the damaged part of the drive, but in the process the drive will be formatted.
8. You have to wait a while as this process will take some time depending on the size of the drive.
Once scanned and repaired, close the Terminal CMD.
9. You will return to Choose a screen option.
10. Then click on "Turn off the computer".
Your computer will shut down. Restart your system and check if this solution worked.
Solution 4: Run an SFC scan
1. Click on the search box. writes "command".
2. Then, right click on him "Symbol of the system"And then click"Run as administrator".
3. When the System Symbol appears on the screen, enter this code and then press Pay in.
sfc / scannow
System File Checker will now check for errors in the system file and fix it.
Solution 5: Use System Restore
You can restore the system from the last restore point to correct the error.
Steps to start your PC in safe mode
1. Enter the Auto Repair window by following the above process.
2. Next, click on “Advanced options".
3. Just click that "Solve problems"option.
4. Then choose "Advanced options".
5. When you get to the "Advanced Options" screen, click "Startup Settings".
5. Just click on "Restart“In the lower left corner of the corner.
6. You need to press the "button"4' wrench.
This will boot your system into Safe Mode.
When your computer boots up Safe Mode,
1. To open the Run press the window Tasto Windows + R together.
2. Enter this code in the terminal and click on "all right".
3. When the System Properties window appears on the screen, click "System protection“tab.
4. Then you need to click on "System recovery".
5. Once System Restore window, click on “next".
6. Then you need check the option "Show multiple restore points".
7. Next, you need to choose the latest restore point.
8. Next, click on “next".
9. Finally, to start the recovery process you need to click on "To finish".
You don't have to do anything now. Allow Windows to perform the device recovery process at your preferred location.
This should solve your problem.