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nning on your computer. 2 Double click on My Computer and right click on your C drive. Select Properties. 3 Select the Tool s tab. Click the Check Now button under the Error-checking section. 4 Check the box next to Automatically fix file system er rors, as well as the one next to Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors. 5 Click Start. This process takes some time to complete, but will scan your entire hard drive for errors and bad sectors, and repair them as necessary. Check and Repair Mac Err New Sonoma Diet ors 6 Exit all programs currently running on your computer. 7 Open the Utilities folder by pressing the Shift, Command and U keys simultaneously. Finder must be the application in focus for this to work correctly. 8 Double click the Disk Utility ap Mathilde Meyer plication. 9 Click Macintosh HD on the sidebar. Click the Verify Disk button near the lower right corner below the blank white .

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