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  1. jamal numan's Avatar
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    Windows 10: How to delete folders that are indicated as corrupted or u


    Windows 10: How to delete folders that are indicated as corrupted or unreadable?

    I couldn’t figure out how to delete folders that are indicated as corrupted or unreadable

    The result of the Chkdsk /scan command appears in the screenshots below

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  2. FreeBooter's Avatar
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    I would execute Chkdsk E: /r command.
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  3. dalchina's Avatar
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    The other basic thing you should do is to check your disk, just in case. I.e. what caused the corruption.

    E.g. Download and use Hard Disk Sentinel (trial, excellent, SSDs too).
    Basic check on SMART params - Crystal Diskinfo (free).
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  4. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    jamal numan said:
    Windows 10: How to delete folders that are indicated as corrupted or unreadable?
    Try using the BAT file under option seven in this tutorial: Delete Folder in Windows 10
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  5. Try3's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 21H1 Build 19043.1052
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    I used to see the same corrupted folder error and the only solution I found was to copy off whatever I could then reformat the drive.
    - I suppose that, once you've copied off whatever you can, an aggressive chkdsk might be as effective. [example - chkdsk e: /F /V /R /X and/or chkdsk e: /R]

    My problem was caused by my own behaviour.
    - I would sleep the computer then feel free to remove the drive.
    - I thought that all would be well as long as I reconnected it before waking the computer up but I was wrong.

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  6. Try3's Avatar
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    You are getting the same error as the OP in
    Safe to use chkdsk on MicroSD card - TenForums

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  7. Paul Black's Avatar
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    Hello @jamal numan,

    Windows 10: How to delete folders that are indicated as corrupted or u-codes_txt.jpg

    I notice in the screenshot above that you have a Codes.txt - Notepad tab open. Did you run ANY Codes prior to this happening, and if so, what were they?
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  8. Whackbag's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 21H1
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    I've had folders i couldn't delete in the past...oddly enough i found if you tree to them in Winrar, it'll delete them.
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  9. jamal numan's Avatar
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    Thank you guys foe the help

    The Chkdsk /r command appears to fix the error and gets the folder in question accessible. However, Chkdsk /r takes a lot of time

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  10. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 20H2
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    jamal numan said:
    Chkdsk /r takes a lot of time

    Windows 10 hangs at 13% after running CHKDSK /R
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