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Restart to repair drive errors... of DOOM!

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So couple months ago I got this random Restart to Repair Drive Errors message and when doing so it said it couldn't repair the problem.  My computer works just fine otherwise so I have no idea what it's going on about.  Then it got stuck in a reboot loop and I was forced to reinstall windows.  Fun.


Had no problems for at least 2 months.  And now the message is back.  I'm afraid to click it.  What is going on?


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It seems there is some problem with one of the Hard Disks, make sure you have a backup of your data.


Download and run Seatools to check the hard disks health.

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