How to fix 0 capacity of wd drive

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How to fix 0 capacity of wd drive

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At the Command Prompt, type "chkdsk /f e:", where e is the name of the storage device or partition of the hard drive that holds the 0-byte file. Press Enter. Wait for CMD to resolve the 0-byte file errors in storage devices or partitions of a hard drive