This issue can be caused by various factors such as corrupted system files, malware or virus infection, hard drive failure, etc. To fix this issue, try the following steps:
- Boot in Safe Mode: Restart your PC and continuously press the F8 key until you see the Advanced Boot Options screen. Select "Safe Mode" and see if it resolves the issue.
- System Restore: If your PC has a previous restore point, you can try restoring your system to a previous state where everything was working fine.
- System File Checker: Run the System File Checker tool to fix corrupted system files. Open Command Prompt as Administrator and run the command: "sfc /scannow."
- Disk Check: If you have any bad sectors on your hard drive, they could be causing the issue. To check and repair bad sectors, run the command: "chkdsk /f /r" from Command Prompt as Administrator.
- Refresh or Reset: If none of the above steps worked, you could try refreshing or resetting your PC to its original state.
If these steps don't resolve the issue, you may need to consider reinstalling the operating system or seeking help from the manufacturer.