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The Windows 7 error 0x80070571 is an error that refers to a driver named Maxtor 750G and shows an error that is described below:
“The disk structure is corrupt and unreadable. Error 0x80070571”
The reasons for this error are as follows:
- Registry keys are damaged or corrupted.
- Windows files or settings have been modified.
- The Maxtor 750G pilot was damaged or corrupted.
This error means that there is a “logical” problem. Compare with a book whose table of contents has been replaced by coloured pencils by a two-year-old child; the pages are not physically torn or missing, but you cannot “read” the original information in the table of contents.
Sometimes, error 0X80070571 can also occur when you try to delete a folder from your computer. What is the exact cause of the problem and how can it be solved immediately?
External hard drives are more popular today because they are portable and available (on scales that are still growing). It offers flexibility in transferring large amounts of data and helps you recover data when the main site becomes inactive or severely damaged. However, sometimes the external hard drive itself becomes inaccessible or prevents users from accessing the stored files. Whether it is a virus infestation, damage to the directory structure, damage to the file system, etc.
Cleaning the Registry
The registry stores all activities and information on your PC. This includes important or unimportant data such as unnecessary files, cookies, Internet history, incorrect registration keys and invalid entries.
Such files, if not deleted, take up a lot of disk space. It corrupts the registry and also corrupts system files.
In addition, it also leads to disk fragmentation, which means that new files are stored in fragments in different places, which is why it takes a long time to call system files. Damage and damage to the registry then causes various errors on your PC and one of them is the error 0×80070571.
Performing an SFC scan
To prevent and resolve error 0X80070571, you must first scan and resolve corrupted system files. If Windows cannot get the right file to start your computer, sooner or later you will receive an error message when you try to save, create or delete a file. If so, you should repair the system using System File Checker (SFC) – a useful command line system tool included in all current versions of Windows to scan system files and replace erroneous or corrupted files.
- Go to Start, then Run.
- Type “sfc /scannow” (without quotation marks, but with spaces) and follow the instructions.
- Then, your files will be scanned and repaired quickly as necessary. Depending on your own system, this task may take 10 to 15 minutes.
Uninstall the disk drive, then reinstall it.
In some cases, the structure of the hard disk is damaged and unreadable, which can be caused by a simple error or a fold between the hardware (your hard disk) and the software that allows the Windows operating system to communicate with the hardware. In this case, you should be able to solve the problem by simply uninstalling your drive in the Device Manager and then reinstalling it. It should be noted that this solution only makes sense if the user is still able to start his Windows installation. This method should not be executed on your Windows installation disk, which is usually C:\.
- Press the Windows + R logo button to open a race. Type diskmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box and press Enter.
- Enlarge the readers. Right-click on the drive that contains the partition where you are having problems. Click on Uninstall. Confirm the action. Click on Action at the top of the toolbar. Click Check for Hardware Changes.
- Wait until the uninstalled drive is detected and reinstalled, then restart your computer and check that the boot problem has been fixed.
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