Mft bitmap attribute is incorrect

When I try to alfind an unallocated 30 GB partition to my C: drive storage, I'm gaining an error after the reboot + attempt to apply the changes. I'm utilizing MiniDevice Partition Wizard.

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Faibrought about lock memory at 0xc.... Size:5295, error:1453Error! Faibrought about execute:Resize partitionError code: 35NTFS Documents System error. Please usage "Check Data System".When I run chkdsk as said, I obtain the following message:

The master file table's (MFT) BITMAP attribute is incorrect.Windows has actually checked the file system and also found problems. Please run chkdsk /scan to uncover the troubles and queue them for repair.However, running chkdsk /shave the right to execute not resolve the problematic message over. Please, help!

Thanks!

EDIT: I'm utilizing MiniTool Partition to move/redimension the partitions about.

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2 years ago
You have to run chkdsk /f to deal with issues. But I would earlier up any vital datan initial as it deserve to be damaging if the issue is widespreview or bad enough


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Original Poster2 years ago

I tried that at one suggest, but to no avail. I'll provide it another go, then.

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2 years ago

From what I check out, you have to examine the mechanism drive also. Check this write-up for instructions. https://www.tekrevue.com/tip/fix-hard-drives-chkdsk-windows-10/


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Initial Poster2 years ago

Earlier on I tried chkdsk through /f, however will certainly provide it one more spin currently including /x and also /r.


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Original Poster2 years ago

Running chkdsk via the 3 flags r, x, f.. Stuck at 20% for numerous minutes