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Blue screen code( NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM )what do I do to fix it

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I have a blue screen that says there is a problem when starting up and it gives a code (NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM)

HOW DO I FIX THIS 

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The file-system on your disk-drive has folders, and subfolders, and files.

 

But, there is some "corruption" of that file-system.

 

After a few "failed" start-up attempts of Windows 10, it may start into "Recovery Mode".

In that mode, the CHKDSK ("check disk") utility can be launched to "de-corrupt" the file-system.

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14GKIpGPNRM 

 

Try testing the hard drive.

Chapters:00:00 Introduction00:18 Download and install UEFI00:33 Launch UEFI00:57 Run Symptom Tests01:20 Run System Tests01:20 Run Component Tests01:49 Contac...
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itsmyname
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 it gives a code (NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM)

 

Would a "hardware-test" of the disk-drive report that the disk-drive is physically OK, even when the NT File System is logically messed-up? 

As above, force a reboot of Windows, interrupting it several times, until Windows takes the "hint" and starts-up in a "recovery" mode. Then, Windows will run its "check-disk" utility, to fix any "logical" errors in the File System.

 

If you purchase a box of jigsaw pieces from IKEA, and open it, do all the pieces physically look OK? Do you see the complete, finished, picture, or is there "some assembly required", to put 100% of the pieces into the correct logical position? Your disk-drive could be physically OK, but logically messed-up, and thus needing for Windows to do its "check-disk" repair.

 

 

 

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