Hey there, yesterday morning my brother turned our PC on and for some reason the screen was blank and nothing was showing up. He informed me and said some error related to “CHDSK” was showing up. After restarting and going to safe mode (where the screen was visible), we opened command prompt and did the “chkdsk /f” command for C disk, as was instructed by an article we pulled up on google. The computer did its thing, and we managed to turn on Windows in normal mode. However, everything was still extremely slow. Login screen took a solid 15 minutes to pop up, same for the desktop. Upon trying to click something on the screen, everything would hang again and we had to restart. We went into safe mode again and ran “chkdsk /r” this time. Restarted, and everything seemed fine. For a while things ran smoothly and we thought it had been fixed, but later everything started slowing down again and now upon restarting the computer automatically starts up Windows repair every single time. The message popping up has been attached.
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