So I left my computer on last night and when I came back this morning, it was sitting at the Scanning and repairing drive screen, stuck at 50%. I reset the computer thinking that it wouldn't matter because every other time I've done this in the past it didn't make a difference. However this time I was unable to access the drive that it was scanning which is my old hard drive which has Windows 10 installed but I'm booting from the new solid-state drive (also Windows 10). So since I couldn't access it I rebooted again to try and let the scanning and repair go however it got stuck again but this time at 49%.
Update: the disk scan and repair finished apparently while I was away from my computer, and has booted into Windows, however now the other drive simply says "local disk (F:)" with the subtext NTFS, and in properties it says 0 capacity and used space. Any clues?