What It Is ?
Every file on your system is a piece of electronic data. It has a certain structure and a certain content. With the right information in the right part of the file, it functions normally. But if the wrong information is written to a file, or the right information is written in the wrong place, the data can become garbled and scrambled, leaving you with a corrupted file. Damage to the storage medium can also render parts of a file physically unreadable, creating the same result. A corrupted file may not open at all, or may show an error if it does. These damaged files are self-contained, meaning they don’t indicate a problem with the original program. If a Word document is corrupted and refuses to open, other Word documents and Word itself may open without issue. Programs and your operating system can also develop corrupted files, which may prevent proper use of any files that rely on these core programs
Why It Happens?
A file typically becomes corrupted when a problem occurs during saving. If your computer loses power or crashes as you save a file, there’s a good possibility that the file will become corrupted. Bad sectors on your hard drive or other storage media can also cause file corruption, even if the saving process finishes properly. Viruses and other malware can also cause file corruption.
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