I have been trying to backup some files up to DVD recently, and the burn process failed saying the CRC check failed for certain files. I then tried to browse to these files in Windows Explorer my whole machine locks up and I have to reboot.
I ran checkdisk without the '/F /R' arguments and it told me I had bad sectors. So I re-ran it with the arguments and check disk fails during the 'Chkdsk is verifying usn journal' stage with this error:
Insufficient disk space to fix the usn journal $j data stream
The hard disk is a 300 GB Partition on a 400 GB Disk, and there is 160 GB of free space on the partition. My OS (Windows 7) is installed on the other partition and is running fine.
Any idea how I fix this? Or repair it enough to copy my files off it?