Constant "Do you want to scan and fix drive" message with Bitlocker

I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit on a 3 drive desktop PC, using Bitlocker to encrypt drives D and E.  After several weeks without any issues I'm now finding that every time I unlock drive D after booting up I get a message saying there are disk errors and asking me whether I want to scan and fix drive D. or continue without doing so.  If I confirm a scan and fix, the PC will take about 90 minutes to complete the task but then report that no errors are to be found, yet the next time I reboot the machine, exactly the same message appears.

If I continue but ignore the 'error' there's no problem until a scheduled backup to drive E is due, which then fails, telling me it can't backup drive D because there are errors on it :(  I've run Registry Mechanic to fix any registry errors but this hasn't eliminated the problem, and I'm now at a loss to know what to do.

Does anyone have any suggestions what steps to take to resolve this? 


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Last updated March 19, 2018 Views 1,513 Applies to:

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