Use Reset, Refresh, or Repair to revive your system files. If your PC’s system files have been corrupted, this can lead to failed System Restore processes. An SFC scan can help to fix this problem by finding and replacing the corrupt system files. A corrupt system file may be the cause of a loss of functionality in system restore.
If possible, swap out the cables with spares. At the very least, disconnect them, inspect the cables for any damage, then reseat them securely. Before you try the below-mentioned fixes, you can restart your PC to see if the problem appears again. You can also leave your PC running overnight to finish it. However, if the repairing disk errors problem still persists, you can try the below-mentioned fixes.
This will check your Disk Drive, Bed Sectors, and file system for errors. If found anything this will try to repair itself, It can take a notable amount of time, so be patient. After 100% complete the scanning process chkdsk reports that it has finished, you can reboot your PC and try to start Windows normally and It should work as expected. Move to boot Tab using right arrow key here change the first boot option CD-DVD Rom Drive then press F10 key to save the changes, This will restart windows.
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When requested to pick between USB drive or DVD, select USB drive or DVD, depending on which device you wish to use to store this ISO file. Mount the DVD drive of windows or double click the ISO file of windows to open it. Windows automatically creates restore points before essential updates, so it is worth looking at the available restore point choices. Select to keep your file or remove them for a new installation. The final step is actually deleting this partition using this last command.