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Firstly I would run Avast, then MalwareBytes freebie. MalwareBytes often finds and fixes what AV's miss. The reason is that we want to be reasonably sure that your computer is virus free before we do anything else.
After the above, there is one thing worth trying to cure your drives problem:
Go to Device Manager, expand the error items out to find the item that has problems.
On each one of these errors, right click and select Uninstall. Once you have done this restart your computer. Just for information the word Uninstall is perhaps a bit misleading beause when you reboot it will find the settings/software again and re-install it. The hope is that it well then put it right.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks