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    Corrupt file errors after upgrading to SSD in Windows 7

    I recently got an SSD for my computer running in Windows 7. There weren’t any problems in the first few days. Then when I launch programs in Windows, I started getting corrupt file error. This has affected a lot of programs in my computer. The Windows also performs CHKDSK constantly on the SSD. Does this mean that there is a problem with the SSD? Can it be fixed?

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    kumar12337 Array
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Re: Corrupt file errors after upgrading to SSD in Windows 7

    Hi dear friend.........to solve this issue ......follow the below guide lines

    first click the start menu and open the control panel

    now click on system and security option

    after that click on Backup and restore option

    then click on Recover system settings or your computer option

    now click open system restore button ...and click NEXT button

    now select the Restore point.......and click on NEXT button( if already created ) other wise create the restore point and continue the process

    and finally click on FINISH button.....after that the process will begins........then wait until the completion of process

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    adityaonline Array
    Join Date
    Mar 2013

    Re: Corrupt file errors after upgrading to SSD in Windows 7

    Dear friend then it might be serious problem with the hard drive.

    But since your hard drive has no spining parts then it can not have the corrupt sector problem.

    Follow these steps to make sure and return the hard drive as it is in warrenty.

    1. Right click any drive and click the properties.

    2. Click on the tools tab.

    3. Click on the check disk.

    4. Check all the options available and click ok.

    5. Wait for the result and take action accordingly.

    Best of luck,

    For further help post to my visitor massage.


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    kapil Array
    Join Date
    May 2012

    Re: Corrupt file errors after upgrading to SSD in Windows 7

    If you facing this type of problem.
    Then i can say you should to updating your software first.
    If problem is not solved then choose otherway.
    And use a good antivirus and scan it.
    and remove unwanted files from the folder.
    I hope it will solve your problem.

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