The Disk Structure Is Corrupted and Unreadable – How to Fix


Commonly, when connecting an external hard drive or USB drive to a computer and accessing the disk partition in Windows Explorer, you can find an error pops out showing: “X:\ is not accessible. The disk structure is corrupted and unreadable.”

As a matter of fact, this error refers to a hard disk issue. When you try to access the disk partition which has a corrupted and unreadable disk structure, this issue happens and then you fail to access the data. Why? To be specific, this error can be caused by data corruption or the hard drive’s Master File Table (MFT). If you are suffering from drive not accessible, what should you do to solve it? Don’t be distraught. In this post, we will come up with four possible solutions. So, just try them one by one to get rid of the trouble.

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