It seems you have some corrupted file on your disk, please try chkdsk command to fix this issue:
1.Open an elevated command prompt.
chkdsk <Volume> /r, where <volume> is the letter of the drive on which the damaged file, folder or file system index exists. Click OK.
Hope it helps.
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