How to repair corrupted files on Windows 10
1. Check Disk to Fix Corrupted Files
If there are file system errors on your hard drive that cause the file damage, you can scan your disk to repair corrupted files.
Step 1. Open File Explorer > right-click the HDD/SSD you want to scan > choose "Properties".
Step 2. Under the "Tools" tab > click the "Check" button under the Error-checking section.
Step 3. Next, you can choose to "Scan drive" if wanted or "Repair drive" if errors were found.
Step 4. When the scanning finishes, click on the Show Details link to see the Chkdsk log in Event Viewer.
2. Run the SFC /scannow Command
SFC is short for System File Checker. This command scans all protected system files for corruption. It attempts to repair the system file by copying a cached copy of each corrupted file from the system32\dllcache folder.
Step 1. Press Win + X to bring up the Power User menu and select Command Prompt.
Step 2. Type: sfc /scannow and hit "Enter".
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