Error message for example:
Error: 65560 (0x10018)
File system has allocation errors due to cross-linked files.
Run OS built-in tools for checking and correcting this kind of errors.
“Crosslinked files” are a file system issue which can cause a damage of the file system in some cases. This error can occur during backups or partitioning.
To repair a damaged file system please execute
"chkdsk /f /r". For more details about chkdsk please refer to [HOW TO] use CHKDSK.
With older versions before version 16 – particularly version 12 – the following may be valid as well:
Our file system check routines are as strong as the Windows routines have been at XP times. That means they are more rigid than the routines of the contemporary versions of chkdsk. If you are definitely sure not to have this kind of errors and if you have an up to date backup you could try the following on your own responsibility:
Up to version 12: Switch to the Full Scale Launcher environment. Open the menu item “Tools => Settings => General Options => Check FS integrity policy” and select “Never” from the dropdown menu.
Since version 14: Switch to the Full Scale Launcher environment. Open the menu item “Home => Settings => Partitioning => General Options => Check FS integrity policy” and select “Never” from the dropdown menu.
Please make sure to set the option back to “Once” after having performed the intended action. It’s important that you get alerted because certain partitioning operation may destroy your file systems if they are really damaged already.