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Error 0X80070571 the disk strucutre is corrupted and unreadable

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Hi ,

i receive the below error while created new folder on a shared drive .

Error 0X80070571 the disk strucutre is corrupted and unreadable

any help would be greatly appreciated .

thanks
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You can start by running chkdsk on the volume showing the error, report the results of that when done... How to ChkDsk
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"Shared drive" how is it shared?
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