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The following are some common causes of the messages. Select the scenario that applies to your situation.
Cause 1You removed a storage device from the computer after hibernation, changed the data on the device, reattached the device, and then resumed the computer.
When a Windows-based computer enters hibernation, all the necessary information such as system state and memory content to a file (Hiberfile) is stored. When the computer is resumed, Windows reads the Hiberfile to re-create the environment that is exactly same as before the computer was hibernated. Because the contents of the storage device have changed after the computer enters hibernation, the information that computer had about the volumes on the storage device is incorrect. Therefore data corruption or inconsistencies occur after you resume the computer.
Cause 2You have installed Windows 8 with other operating systems in an unsupported configuration. This issue may occur if you are multibooting Windows 8 with an unsupported configuration.
Cause 3Windows has detected NTFS file system errors. Your computer's hard disk has file system errors. Therefore, you must run a scan to fix the errors on the drive.
Resolution 1To resolve this issue, we recommend that you take the following actions:
Safely remove devices from your computerFor more information about Hybrid Boot in Windows 8, go to the following Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) website:
Delivering fast boot times in Windows 8
Resolution 2For supported multiboot scenarios with Windows 8 and more information about how to resolve this problem, go to the following Microsoft TechNet Wiki page:
Windows 8 volume compatibility considerations with prior versions of Windows
Resolution 3To resolve this issue, use one of the following methods.
Method 1Restart the computer, and let Windows complete the disk check. Windows will repair the file system errors automatically.
Method 2Manually run the Chkdsk command prompt utility to check a drive. To do this, follow these steps:
Windows 7 and earlier operating systems
Article ID: 2854570 - Last Review: July 1, 2013 - Revision: 1.0