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Data Error (Cyclic Redundancy Check) on C: Drive

I'm getting a data error (cyclic redundancy check) when I extract, download something, or apparently do anything that will use more than 115 GB of my HDD (C: Drive), while it's capacity is 579.51 GB. I tried running CHKDSK but it said I have no problems. I even formatted my HDD but the same thing happens after I pass that "limit". Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. The laptop I use is Toshiba Satellite L855-10T with windows 10 64 bit.
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    The hard drive is bad, replace it.
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  2. hang-the-9 said:
    The hard drive is bad, replace it.


    Thanks. To be honest i figured it out after a point. I did a surface test, and oh boy the results... You don't even want to know..
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  3. johnbakalis98 said:
    hang-the-9 said:
    The hard drive is bad, replace it.


    Thanks. To be honest i figured it out after a point. I did a surface test, and oh boy the results... You don't even want to know..


    It's generally a good idea to approach hard drives and backup solutions as if there are two kinds of hard drives: Dead hard drives and dead hard drives that are temporarily alive.
    Reply to DSzymborski
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