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Lets try : going into "My Computer" and find the drive letter and right click on it. In the drop down menu that will popup you will want to click on the last option that says "properties". In the Properties box you will want to choose the Tools Tab. In this tab you will want to run the Error-checking tool, there is a button that says Check Now.. click this. In the new window you will want to check mark both options (automatically fix file system errors) and (scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors).
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insert 8 GB USB go to control panel administrive tools computer management disk mangement you you can right click select properties tools check now?tick in both boxes to scan for and repair/recover any bad sectors and automaticall fix any corrupt files
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