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Fix NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM BSOD Error in Windows

Updated on Aug 11, 2019 by Tracy King to Computer Instruction

Summary:
Did you receive a Windows 10 BSOD stop code with NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM message when you failed to start the Windows computer? If you get stuck with the ntfs file system blue screen in Windows 10/8/7, relax and just follow reliable methods here to fix this issue on your own now.

If your computer gets stuck with an NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM blue screen of death error and you do nothing with this issue, don’t worry. You are not alone and here right on this page, you can find reliable methods to fix and remove the Windows 10/8 NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM BSOD error on your own now:

Windows 10 NTFS File System Blue Screen error.

IMPORTANT: You must log into Windows 10 or Windows 8 first to remove the NTFS BSOD error. And here you have two tips for a try:
1. Reboot PC to see if it can boot up or not.
2. If Windows cannot boot up and still stuck in BSOD, restart your PC and boot if from Safe Mode: hold Shift and click Restart on Power men, restart PC in Safe Mode.

Tips and Tricks to Fix NTFS File System BSOD Error on Windows

Part 1. Boot Up PC to Fix NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM with BSOD 

If your computer can be boot up normally from the Safe Mode, you can follow below tips to remove the NTFS File System BSOD error:

Step 1. Check and extend hard drive space

As we all know that if the computer has not enough space, Windows computer may receive a blue screen error on the computer. And you can check to see if the disk has enough space to boot up Windows system. 
If the disk has not enough space, you can refer to extend system partition for help. 

Step 2. Run Disk Check and System File Checker

To run Disk Check and System File Checker can help you remove those useless fragments on Windows disk and repair corrupted system files which may bring NTFS BSOD error to your PC:

1. Press Windows + X and click "Command Prompt (Admin)", click "Yes" to continue.
2. Type: chkdsk /f c: and hit Enter. (Replace C if your system is installed on another drive.)
3. Type: sfc /scannow and hit Enter.
If it says ‘Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them’, it means you have to restart PC in Safe Mode and repeat the SFC process.

Step 3. Update hard drive drivers

1. Open Device Manager.
2. Click "device manager" on the left taskbar > Expand to find your hard drive or USB devices.
3. Right-click your hard drive and choose "update driver software" > Click "automatically search for driver software online"...

Part 2. Fix NTFS_FIEL_SYSTEM Blue Screen Error if PC won’t boot

If your computer cannot boot at all with the NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM blue screen error, don’t worry. All you need is to create a WinPE bootable disk with EaseUS partition manager software and apply it to fix file system error on the Windows computer hard disk with below steps:

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 Windows 10 is supported

# 1. Create WinPE bootable disk and reboot PC from it

1. Create a WinPE bootable disk on a healthy computer which runs with the same OS as yours.
2. Reboot PC from the bootable disk: 

  • Connect the bootable disk USB drive or SD card to the PC which as BSOD error and set it to boot from the disk in BIOS.
  • Then the disk will automatically boot your PC and enter EaseUS Partition Master window. 

Now you can continue with Step 2 to fix and remove file system error on your system disk.

# 2. Check and repair NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM blue screen error

 

Step 1: Open EaseUS Partition Master on your computer. Then locate the disk, right-click the partition you want to check, and choose "Check File System".

Check Partition - Step 1

Step 2: In the Check File System window, keep the "Try to fix errors if found" option selected and click "Start".

Check Partition - Step 2

Step 3: The software will begin checking your partition file system on your disk. When it has completed, click "Finish".

Check Partition - Step 3

You can also apply System Optimize feature in EaseUS Partition Master to clear junk files and useless large files that are taking huge space in the system disk and causing NTFS file system with blue screen error.
After this, you can start the computer, and you should be able to run Windows on the PC without any further BSOD error now.