CHKDSK - an unspecified error occurred (75736e6a726e6c2e 4f6)

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Windows 7 Chkdsk got stuck at 14% many times trying to fix C:\ drive (Seagate SSHD 750GB ). The only tip in the whole net seems to let it work for a day or two until finishes - if ever. Well I was not satisfied with the scenario of using 6 year old ancient Chkdsk anymore and used the tool at https://www.microsoft.com/fi-fi/software-download/windows10 to download Windows 10 to USB thumb drive. Rebooted from thumb, chose Repair to get to the Command Prompt and ran Chkdsk c: /f /r /b /x which indeed completed while immersing myself with Thor: The Dark World.

Win 10 Chkdsk finished (thank goodness for new technologies!) but with an error I've never seen
"an unspecified error occurred (75736e6a726e6c2e 4f6)"

What's going on? Going to get a new hard drive soon but if anyone else stumbles on this, might be good to know what it is specifically?

Thank you.

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    1. Are you referring to an internal or external drive?

    2. Did you use the media creation tool to install Windows 10?

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It is internal drive. I used media creation tool to download Win 10 installer DVD to USB thumb drive. I did not install Win 10 to computer. I have not upgraded to Win 10 but only booted from thumb drive to access its Repair options in order to open command prompt. From there I ran the Chkdsk. Included screenshot for you to take a look. Just in case.

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This is precisely my issue...same steps, same BSOD pc, same attempts to boot up win 10 from USB, same cmd results.

I am now 14 long painful hours into researching and troubleshooting.

Not even the local 20-years in business data recovery/pc repair folks had a clue. I have got farther than them after 14 hours, but if you google the code, this is the sole instance of that comes up! A rare global rarity...only osakepeli and Bnalem are victims of this rare pc disease!?

Where are the pioneers to solve this? Please step  out of the tech shadows....

At least, maybe a cmd.exe hero could offer a precise, copy and paste step by step set of robocopy commands to transfer all the files locked up in this Windows hell to a back up...the instructions I researched on google are too floppy and inexact in their instructions.

Thank you!

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Exactly same issue with same error number:

1. Internal SATA Drive
2. I used Windows 7 clean install
-> windows activated
-> Windows 10 media creation tool
-> Upgrade windows 7 to 10 -> keep nothing after upgrade -> install seems fine
-> Run windows update, after drivers installed -> stopped booting correctly and gone into continous loop of bluscreens accompanied by by CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED
-> run admin console to maybe fix it somehow
-> a LOT of disk errors around, chkdisk finished with error from the screen ("an unspecified error occurred (75736e6a726e6c2e 4f6)")
3. I kept nothing from old Windows7 clean install, but that was no direct windows 10 clean install.
4. yes, this issue happend AFTER I upgraded windows from windows 7 to windows 10

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this is me now got the message from chkdsk in cmd prompt result.75736e6a726e6c2e 4f6****

This is hdd death or whatttt?b please help MS i knew i shouldnt have updated to win 10

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I've been having a blue screen of death show up on a semi regular occasion along with CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED, so decided to run a chkdsk in the reboot command prompt option and got the same error. Also happened after upgrading to windows 10, although I came from 8.1.

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I have the same issue here except I upgraded from Windows 8.1

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So this is what I got after running chkdsk:

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I somehow got my computer up and running after this. In the troubleshooting panel, I selected boot from device -> boot from HDD, and it magically worked! I guess chkdsk fixed the corrupted files.

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You will pretty quick find yourself in the same situation ;) Believe me, been there.

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