Sunday, 8 October 2017

How to Fix “Windows detected a hard disk problem” in PC Super Easy

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How to Fix “Windows detected a hard disk problem” in PC Super Easy 7/8/10, How to get rid of Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem prompt
About Windows detected a hard disk problem:
Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem, a frequently asked question online, could happen to anyone of us. Don’t worry about having hard disk error in your PC anymore. If computer reports you with ‘Windows detected a hard disk problem’ error message, relax! Just follow this article, you’ll find effective methods to fix hard disk problem/bad sectors without losing any data in your PC now.
Instructions:
Solution 1. Check System File: The damaged System File could cause Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem to occur. So once prompted by it, you can choose to check system file.
1. Run "Command Prompt" as administrator.
Open Start menu, find and right-click on "Command Prompt" to choose Run as administrator.
Then click YES when prompted by UAC (User Account Control).
2. Type "sfc /scannow" in Command Prompt and hit Enter.
Do not close the window until Verification 100% complete.
If damaged system file existed, the system file checker would handle the issue through the command above.
Solution 2. Check Disk: If some errors happens to hard disk, it would also cause Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem error. In this case, follow the steps below, to check your hard disk.
1. Press "WIN + E" ( Windows + E keys) together to open Windows File Explorer.
2. Right-click on "hard disk C", then click Properties.
3. On Properties window, view on "Tools" pane.
Click Check now…
Then tick on "Automatically fix file system errors" and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.
Click "Start."
Close the window when it finished.
How to get rid of Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem prompt:
Sometimes message Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem pops up even there are no errors with hard disk. In order to not be annoyed by it, you can follows steps below to disable it.
1. Open "Run" dialog box by pressing Windows logo key + R key.
Then type in "gpedit.msc" and click OK.
2. Head to "Administrative Templates" > "System" > "Troubleshooting and Diagnostics" > "Disk Diagnostics".
Then double-click on "Disk Diagnostics": Configure execution level on the right pane.
3. Tick on "Disable" and click OK.
Hopefully you could get rid of the error now. Peace!