|I thought you said you weren't going to argue? Anyways, staying with the matter on hand, an update: |
CheckDisk run again to be sure, took a time frame of days in order to finish. Desktop still reports imminent hard drive failure requiring input to continue start up. Entire computer experiences slowdown. Reformatting the secondary hard drive fixed the speed issues, however another Blue screen occurred when attempting shut down, despite this repair.
*** STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005,0x00B54D80,0xBA50BB7C,0x00000000)
The false positive "imminent hard drive failure" message on bootup still persists. No physical damage to secondary hard drive. The secondary hard drive is not the one with the OS installed on it and is solely used for data storage.
Remember, this is an issue with a drive overestimating a cyclic redundancy data error then believing it is now corrupted. With only mere data being altered, a simple format should have fixed this issue, yet it hasn't. ChkDsk should have fixed this issue, but it hasn't either.