If you have been using computers for a long time, you might know that problems with hard disks are very common. However, you do not need to worry as all of these problems are quite simple and can be repaired without any external help. So, the question arisesthat how can we repair the errors in our hard drives?

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What are the most common problems with the HDDs?

Logical problems are, probably, the initial signs of a problem in your hard disc drive. Whenever your hard disc drive encounters any logical error, most of the bad sectors of the drive which are unreadable, tend to face some problems. Well, although it might sound critical, yet, most of these logical problems can be repaired easily.

Apart from this, most of the problems arise when you have recently defragmented your hard drive. In most of the cases, customers have faced issues and problems after defragmenting their hard disk drives. Most of these errors are escalated by viruses, human errors, system maintenance, abrupt power fluctuations, and poor maintenance of the CPU.

However, you can easilyfix most of these errors using the CHKDSK tool, which is found in the Windows OS. The CHKDSK is a command tool which checks and creates a status for the entire hard disk by evaluating all the problems present in the hard disc drive. After creating the entire status report, the CHKDSK command fixes most of the errors, such as lost clusters loss of data, logical errors and cross-linked files errors.

So, let us try to know how to run the CHKDSK command

To be precise, the procedure to run the CHKDSK command depends on the Windows version which you are using. Another thing which should be kept in mind while fixing errors in the hard drives using the CHKDSK command is that, it is only good for the computers which are mounted with the hard disk drives. So, if your system is mounted with a solid-state drive (SSD), the CHKDSK command file will not be of much use.

Procedure to use CHKDSK to Fix Hard Disk Errors

Following is a step to step guide as to how you can use CHKDSK command file to repair the errors in your hard disk drive:

Double click on the “My Computer”icon and select the hard disc which you would like to check.
After selecting the particular hard drive, right-click on it, and a new window would appear. Click on the “Properties” selection on the new window and then click on “Tools”.
“Check Now” tab will appear. After clicking on it, a dialogue box would appear as “Check DiskOptions”. Click on it.

After following the steps mentioned above, you can run the CHKDSK command file using one of the below procedures:

In order to run the CHKDSK command in the read-only mode, just click on “Start”.
In order to fix the errors without checking any of the bad sectors, select the checkbox displaying “Automatically fix file systems” and then click “Start”.
And last but not the least, in order to repair any of the bad sectors and recover lost data, select the checkbox displaying “Select for and attempt recovery of bad volumes” and then press “Start”.

So, with these simple ways, you can easily repair and fix most of the errors in your hard disk drive.