How can i fix it?

Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
Run a drive fitness test such as Seagate SeaTools if the drive is failing you will need to back up the data or clone it to a new hard drive.
If the DFT passes then run chkdsk C: /R do this for each volume
 

davehc

Essential Member
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Is it possibly, an external running on a USB?
I got the message after the recent MS update to 1903. But they admitted to a USB problem. I ignored the popup, (selected the last option) and the message went away.
 
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