You will need admin rights.
-Open windows explorer (right-click on the “Start” button and select “Explore”)
-Right-click on the C: drive and select “Properties”
-Select the “Tools” tab and in the “Error-checking” section click the “Check Now” button.
You could also run it from the command prompt (CMD) executing the chkdsk command (you might want to add the \f and/or \r switches to automatically fix error and/or recover bad sectors).
Keep in mind that checking the disk doesn’t guarantee that the problem will be fixed.
This link will give you specific options, as well as illustrated steps – hope this helps!