Fix your disk using the PowerShell successor to chkdsk, Repair-Volume.
Fixing a corrupted file system, the old way
At some point in your IT career, you’ve likely encountered a few bad sectors on a hard drive. The impact can be anything from stuttering performance to a non-starting computer.
Since 1981, chkdsk has been the go-to built-in Microsoft utility for scanning and fixing the disk. By “fixing” I don’t mean it can physically repair the disk itself, but checking the file system integrity and fix any logical file system errors.
While chkdsk is still available in Windows today, a successor PowerShell cmdlet was introduced in Windows Server 2012, Repair-Volume.[Read more…] about PowerShell replacement for ‘chkdsk’