I have a computer running windows 10 and about 2 days ago I ran into an issue where I was trying to launch a game stored on my ssd (samsung 2 terabyte ssd) and it wouldn't load. I opened task manager and saw the launcher for the game was open in the background, so I stopped it in task manager and tried to launch it again. I had issues like this before with other programs and doing this usually solved the problem. It continued to not load, so I tried to restart my pc. It was taking much longer than usual to restart, so I turned the computer off with the power button. After that, the screen showed the windows logo and said fixing (f stage 1 5% (f: is my ssd by the way).It also said the estimated time was 8 minutes, then it went up to 25 hours and kept going up while the percentage stayed the same. I had looked online to see if other people had run into this issue, and all I could find were people whose computers said they were stuck fixing c: and I thought those solutions might work. When people responded to those posts, they said not to let the computer scan and try to fix the problem. I was able to get to the login screen once, and logged in, but didn't try to launch anything on the ssd (I only store games on my ssd, everything else in on my c drive). I was waiting for someone I know to help me with figuring out what the problem was, but they're incredibly busy right now and won't be able to help me soon. I shut off my computer after I was able to log on 2 days ago, and now I can't get back on because both of the keyboards I have won't start working until I get to the windows login screen, and I need to be able to press a key on the keyboard before I get to the login screen. I don't know how I was able to do it 2 days ago, I think I got to a screen that told me to restart my computer and the keyboard worked after doing that, but now neither keyboard will work before getting to the login screen. I'm not really sure what I can do to fix it right now, and I'm not very knowledgeable on a lot of computer stuff. I saw one website that said to remove the SATA data cable and launch the computer in bios, and while I found the cable, I'm unable to launch the computer in bios because my keyboards won't work until I get to the login screen, so I didn't bother with that. Although I would prefer not to have to wipe everything off the ssd, if it's the only way it'll work again, I can do it, I'd just have to spend time redownloading everything. Right now I have no clue what to do and I don't know if I can even fix my pc myself. I would appreciate any help or advice people have to help me with this.