One of the most frustrating errors that Windows may appear is the “System File Checked” error. This error is very common especially if your computer is running Windows Vista or any other operating system version. The error is usually seen on the following screen:
There are several reasons why Windows detected a hard disk problem error. Either the operating system has accidentally been uninstalled or it is unable to detect the needed drivers. To resolve this problem, you should first uninstall the operating system and then reinstall it. If that did not work, then you need to make sure that all necessary drivers are working properly. If Windows cannot load drivers, then the hard disk error mentioned earlier may appear.
Causes of window detected a hard disk problem
If you are reading this article then you are probably trying to figure out what causes a Windows Vista or XP hard disk failure, and if you are new to computers then I apologize because it can be very difficult for anyone to figure out what the causes of a hard disk failure are. However, most people do end up finding out that they have a problem with their hard disks, whether it is only because they were careless when removing programs from your hard disk, it could also be because your system has run into some sort of hardware issues. I am going to go over in this article the main causes of a hard disk failure, and hopefully after reading this article you should be able to figure out how to prevent this happening to you.
The biggest causes of window detected a hard disk failure are viruses and spyware. Most people do not realize that most viruses try and find places within your computer that are not clean, such as your desktop, internet browser history, and even your task bar; and once these locators are found they try to infect these files so that they can then send out an email to all of your contacts. Spyware is another big problem on most operating systems. This basically comes down to your having more than one file open at once, and it is possible to confuse these files as if they were meant to be connected together. Any virus that is trying to connect these files together will actually cause a hard disk failure. If you have a good anti virus program then this should be an easy problem to avoid, however if you do not have an anti virus program then here are the main causes of window detected a hard disk failure:
The last cause of window hard disk failure is probably the easiest to figure out, and that is just because of the fact that most people are not careful about the things that they do with their computers. Many times people will download music or movies that are not legal for their computer to play. These illegal downloads often conflict with the programs that are on your computer and can cause these programs to crash or for your computer to stop working altogether. This is the main cause of hard disk failure, and in order to prevent this from happening you need to make sure that you never download any illegal materials from the internet unless you know that they are from a trusted source.
How to fix windows detected a hard disk problem error?
Sulotion 1 : Check System File
Step 1 : Run Command Prompt as administrator:
Step 2 : Open Start menu, find and right-click on Command Prompt to choose Run as administrator.
Step 3 : Then click YES when prompted by UAC (User Account Control).
Step 4 : Type sfc /scannow in Command Prompt and press Enter.
Step 5 : Next Type chkdsk D: /F
Step 6 : Do not close the window until Verification 100% complete.
Sulotion 2 : Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors
Step 1 : Open your Computer
Step 2 : Then we are open Mycomputer , we are right click in to Hard Disk C and choose Properties
Step 3 : On Properties window view on Tools pane. Then click Check now…
Step 4 : Then tick on Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors. Click Start.
Step 5 : Close the window when it finished.
Solution 3 : Use Windows XP Repair Professional
The next step is to use a software tool like my Windows XP Repair Professional to scan and repair the damaged system file. This will fix the hard disk error. After you have completed this step, you should reinstall the windows operating system files of your computer. These steps should resolve your problem with the hard disk problem in your computer. If you find that none of these
Solution 5 : Stop Computer Reporting Error Message if No Hard Disk Error Exists
Step 1 : Press key combination Windows + R
Step 2. Type: gpedit.msc in the search bar and hit Enter.
Step 3. Go to “Administrative Templates” > “System” > “Troubleshooting and Diagnostics” > “Disk Diagnostics”.
Step 4. Click Disk Diagnostic: Configure execution level and disable it.
Step 5. Click “Apply“ and “OK“.
Step 6. Restart the computer, and the error message won’t pop up again.