> The following table provides an overview of the solutions. Read on for details.
Reasons For This Error
We know this error is caused by one of the following reasons:
UPDATE: “Windows Has Detected File System Corruption On Local Hard Drive” In Windows 10/8/7
1. Connect the Windows 10 System Recovery CD or bootable USB drive, boot the system and press any key to continue.
Wait while the computer boots from the connected drive.
2. Then click “Next” on the Windows setup screen shown below.
3. On the next screen of the same window, click the Repair your computer link.
4. Now click on “Troubleshoot” on the screen below.
5. Then press Enter to open additional options:
on the next screen
6. Now we come to the advanced recovery options for Windows 10. Here click on the Command Prompt option.
7. In the Command Prompt window, enter the following command and press Enter:
chkdsk / f / r C:
* Replace C: with the drive that sends you the messageno error.
8. When finished, close the Command Prompt window. Then, on the Advanced Options screen, click Startup Repair.
9. Let Windows fix the damaged disk. This can take anywhere from a few minutes to several hours. So be patient.
When you’re done, your system will automatically reboot and the operating system will resume. Now you can try to restore your system. This time everything works without errors.
To illustrate this update, watch this video:
Hope this helps you!
About Kapila Arya
Kapil is currently a Microsoft MVP with knowledge of Windows IT Pro. He is also the MVP of the Windows Insider Program and the author of Troubleshooting Windows Group Policy. In 2015, he was named “Windows 10 Champion” by Microsoft India. An avid Windows blogger, he is happy to help others with their system problems. You can follow the news / updates and fixes for Windows.