Repair System Files Windows 10
Option 1 – Automatically Repair System Files (Recommended)
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Storage Media Recovery
It’s quite upsetting when an HDD or external storage device gets damaged, corrupted, or inaccessible. With EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, there is a high chance to retrieve files from a seem-to-be-dead internal/external HDD, USB drive, SD card, digital camera, video player, and other supported devices.
Emergency Data Recovery
Although these happen less frequently, disasters like file-infecting virus attacks, unexpected system crashes, and severe boot failures come with data loss issues. It’s worth trying to apply the pc data recovery tool to recover the files hidden and deleted by the malware or data lost because of accidental system shutdown.
Lost Data Recovery
Delete operations like tapping “Delete,” pressing “Shift+Delete,” or emptying the Recycle Bin are the main culprits for data loss in daily life. Luckily, EaseUS data recovery software perfectly supports deleted file recovery in such situations.
Option 2 – Repair System Files Manually
Microsoft makes it easy for you to get your original system files back. It has an in-built tool called System File Checker that will restore any broken or missing system files that could be causing your PC to freeze.
1) Press the Windows key on your keyboard, then type cmd (DON’T press Enter). Windows will display a list of programs that match your search. Right-click Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
If prompted to provide administrator permission, click Yes.
2) In the black Command Prompt window, type:
Then press Enter on your keyboard.
Windows will scan your system for corrupted files, and attempt to fix any it finds. The results will display in this window, so please leave it open until the operation is complete.
If the scan finds no problems, you know your system files aren’t the cause of Windows 10 randomly freezing, and you can move on to the next fix.