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Old December 31st, 2019, 03:35 PM
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Hey Kuzz.

Go to the start button search box, and type cmd

When cmd.exe appears at the top of the display right click it, and select "Run as administrator".

When the command box opens, at the prompt type:

chkdsk /r

And press Enter.

It should tell you the volume is in use, and would you like to run check disk during reboot (or similar - typing this from memory).

Type Y and press Enter, then reboot the computer.

During startup check disk will run. Once it completes and repairs any file system errors, Windows will boot. See if that improves things and post back please.
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