Cyclic redundancy check
A cyclic redundancy check error on a hard disk means that
part of a file read from the hard disk doesn't match the expected value.
A cyclic redundancy check error, in other words, means that
files on your hard drive are corrupted.
Repair a cyclic redundancy check error on a hard disk using
the Check Disk tool in Windows.
Click "Start" and click "Computer."
Right-click the hard disk with the cyclic redundancy check
error under "Hard Disk Drives" and click "Properties."
Click the "Tools" tab at the top of the hard disk
Click "Check Now" under "Error
Select "Automatically Fix File System Errors" and
"Scan for and Attempt Recovery of Bad Sectors" in the "Check
Disk" window by clicking each option if it isn't already selected.
Start a disk check and repair by clicking "Start"
in the "Check Disk" window.
Click "Yes" if the "Do you want to schedule
the disk check to occur the next time you restart the computer?" prompt
A disk can't be checked if it's in use, so you'll need to
restart Windows to check it.
Restart your computer by clicking "Start,"
clicking the arrow icon to the right of "Shut Down" and clicking
(External drives will not schedule to happen on
restart it will happen straight away.)
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