How to Fix Check Disk causing an Error on Windows 10
According to report, Microsoft Company has already started rolling out a fix for ‘Check Disk causing an error on Windows 10’ or ‘Boot Failure issue occurs when running Check Desk Tool’. If you are unaware, ‘Chkdsk Tool’ or ‘Check Disk Tool’ is built-in feature of Windows operating System allows users to check for a windows device’s volumes for file System and repair the logical file System errors.
However, numerous Windows 10 users reported about “Check Disk causing an error on Windows 10” on various online platforms including Microsoft Official forum site. Finally, Microsoft has acknowledged the issue affecting Windows 10 users, was first spotted by ‘Planet3DNow’ users.
Microsoft explained about the this known bug fixed that “A small number of devices that have installed this update have reported that when running chkdsk /f, their file system might get damaged and the device might not boot”
The company also states that the issue has been resolved for all affected devices. It can take up to 24 hours for the resolution to propagate to non-managed devices. Rebooting your device might help the resolution apply to your device faster.
How to Fix “Check Disk causing an error on Windows 10” issue?
If you are unable to start Windows 10 after performing CHKDSK scan, then you can follow the steps below to fix.
Step 1: After failing to start up few times, your device should automatically start up into ‘Recovery Console’
Step 2: Now, Select “Advanced Options > Command Prompt”
Step 3: In the ‘Command prompt’, type “chkdsk /f” and hit “Enter” key to execute
Step 4: Allow Chkdsk to complete the scan. Wait to complete the process and once done, type ‘exit’ and hit “Enter” key to close ‘Command Prompt’
Step 5: The device should now start up as expected and check if the trouble is resolved.
This way, you can fix Check Disk causing an error on Windows 10 and once done, you can perform Check Disk Scan. That’s all. For any suggestions or queries, please write on comment box below.