You can boot into the recovery console (sorry, that's XP speak, later versions of Windows use other terms) and use chkdsk /r from the command prompt it. But I doubt if it will help.
Then, if you don't have a recent image of the system you made yourself, it might be time for a clean install of the OS or whatever that advanced recovery in your system has to offer.
By the way, we there was a discussion about exactly this program last week in our PC Utilities forum. I added a link to this post as an example of why not to use a registry cleaner like this.
I hope you can solve this problem.
I ran Wise Care 365 on Friday & I have not been able to get on line since.
I get this warning: "Proxy server is not responding" I did a system restore.
A message comes back saying: "System restore did not complete successfully.
Your computer's files & settings were not changed.
You can try again with a new restore point.
If you see this error again you can try an advanced recovery method. The first method replaces everything on the computer with a backup or recovery image.
This is a drastic measure I would not like to go though. What else can I do?
Just tried system restore again. Did not complete successfully again!
Now says: It failed while scanning the file system on c drive. The file may be corrupt. You may try System restore after running chkdsk /R on this disk. An unexpected error occurred during System restore. (0x8000ffff)
I then ran chkdsk /R on this disk.
Can't check because disk is in use. Schedule Disk check to run next time windows boots up.
I did this 3 times the disk was not checked.
What can be done?
Thanks in advance from a frustrated guy!