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Damaged File System - Windows Striped Volume


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You're using Dynamic disks, correct? 

 

Either way, could you grab the logs from StableBit Scanner?

http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_Scanner_for_Windows_Error_Reports

(Grab the entire "Service" folder, not just the Error Reports folder)

 

 

Also, could you run the disk check from the command line, instead? It may be bypassing certain checks in the UI. 

If you're using Windows 8 or up, hit "Win+X", hit "A" and select "Yes" in the UAC prompt. 

If you're using Windows Vista or 7, hit "Win", type "cmd", right click on "Command Prompt" and select "Yes" in the UAC prompt. 

 

From there, run "chkdsk x: /f", where "x:" is the disk in question.

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