Here is this blog’s tutorial concerning “Repairing Disk Errors” in Windows 11. I hope you learned a lot and would like it if others did too! If your answer was YES, then please share after reading this article.
Fix Windows 11 “Repairing Disk Errors”
You can abandon your computer overnight and let it complete disk error repair. If this doesn’t work, you can try some of the other methods presented in the text below.
Solution 1, Remove External Devices
Windows could perceive the outer drive that was associated with your PC as the framework boot segment and cause boot issues. In this way, you can turn off all outside drives including the printer, console, and so on, and restart your PC to check in the event that you can begin your PC regularly. Assuming the issue is settled,
You can reconnect your outer gadgets individually to figure out which gadget is causing the issue. Then supplant the outside drive with a decent one or update its driver. On the off chance that you actually can’t begin your Windows ordinarily, attempt more arrangements.
Solution 2, Run Startup Repair
Startup Repair is one of the recuperation apparatuses in the System Recovery Options menu. You can utilize it to fix harmed framework documents, which can be accommodating in resolving “Fix Disk Errors”. To run it, you can follow the means given underneath:
- Embed the Windows 11 ISO CD/DVD into your PC.
- Restart your PC, press a specific key to enter the BIOS to boot from the Windows establishment media.
- When the message “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD” appears, hit “Enter”
- Select a language, Clock time and keyboard. Then click Repair your computer to fix any issues with your devices.
- Navigate to Troubleshoot then Advanced Options next Startup Repair to automatically fix Windows boot failure.
- Wait until the process is finished.
- If your computer has an operating system, you can remove the Windows installation CD/DVD and reboot from your hard drive to see if it fixes the problem.
Solution 3, Check System and Resolve Errors
- If the problem is related to a hard drive, try running CHKDSK.exe from the Command Prompt if you are able to do so. Follow these steps: 1) Open Computer Management 2) Select Disk Management 3) Right-click your disk number and select Properties 4) Click on Tools tab 5) From this screen click Run Check Optimization 6). Choose one of two options: A – Automatic B – Manual
- To start the Windows 10 installation process, boot from your computer’s setup CD/DVD and go to Repair Your Computer > Troubleshoot > Command Prompt.
- In the command prompt interface, “chkdsk c:/f/r” and press Enter.
- You get a message, “CHKDSK cannot run because the volume is in use for… Would you like to force a dismount on this volume? (Y/N).” To answer it affirmatively type “y”, and press Enter.
- Wait for the installation process to complete and then run it from the system hard drive.
Solution 4, Check File System Integrity
- If the system boots up to a black screen with an error message, you can use the SFC tool to scan for and correct any corrupted Windows system files.
- The first thing you need to do is access the command prompt interface. You can then run “sfc /scannow” or “sfc /scannow /offboot=D: and offwindir=”D:”Windows”.
- If you have any problems at all, just clean the drive and start over again. Otherwise, if it’s been a while since you’ve done this type of rebuild before, run the following commands to rebuild BCD as an easy way to get your system back up running quickly. This step should fix the 100% disk usage issue on windows 11.
Solution 5, Restore system to normal state
- If you’re not interested in trying the methods mentioned above, your system backup may still be accessible.
- From the Windows installation media, run Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > System Restore.
- Please follow the prompts to finish system recovery.
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