Hi. In the past few days I've been getting errors for my secondary (D Drive (HDD) from Windows. So, windows keeps telling me to restart my PC to fix drive errors. But when I restart, it does nothing, so I just ignored it because everything seemed fine... until recently... Ok, so about 2 days in receiving these messages every 4 hours or so... I quit the game I was playing on my PC and went to take care of some non-pc related business. I came back to hop into Visual Studio to fix up some code I was working on. I typed "Visual" as usual into the Search bar and the icon and name popped up. Clicked on it to open it and I got something along the lines of "the program associated with this shortcut is no longer available. Would you like to delete this shortcut"..! Immediately I jumped in Win explorer and realised that half of the folders from that driver are gone. Including my Games folder (about 300GB worth) and my VS 14.0 folder... but I have no idea what to do. The drive still lists the space as being taken up, but it's nowhere to be seen. Is this normal for windows to hide everything, or is my HDD dead? Where would I start to resolve this?