However, some users have stated that their computer is failing on startup due to errors like Windows startup error 81, Windows 81 disk space error, and GPT disk detected error.
Some users have reported that their computer fails on startup due to Windows 81 disk space error. This error typically occurs due to insufficient disk space.
- The Windows 81 disk space error appeared on your screen when your PC’s disk gets full.
- To fix the disk space error, you need to clean some temporary files, run a scan, or use the System Restore feature.
- To further troubleshoot your disk space, check out our dedicated System Errors Hub.
- With our troubleshooting Windows 10 errors section, you can easily fix any PC problem.
To troubleshoot the disk space errors, you can install a third-party software, such as Tweaking.com Disk Space Optimizer, which will scan your hard drive and remove any unnecessary files.
Install a third-party software
- Launch the Disk Space Optimizer software.
- Select the Scan option.
- Select the file types to delete and click on Clean.
Run the Disk Cleanup utility
- Press Windows Key + X and choose Control Panel from the list.
- Choose Programs and Features.
- Find Disk Cleanup utility on the list and double-click on it.
- Select the drive you wish to clean up, and click OK.
- Restart your PC for the changes to take effect.
Run Windows System Restore
Click Start and type System Restore in the search box.
Select System Restore from the list of results.
Click Create a restore point, and then click Next.
- Select the restore point, and then click Next.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the system restore process.
Perform an in-place upgrade
- Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings app.
- Now go to the Update & Security section.
- Select Recovery from the left pane. In the right pane look for System Restore.
- Click the Get started button.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to restore your system to a previous state.
Repair the hard drive
- Right-click on the Start button and select Command prompt (Admin).
- Type chkdsk /f C: (replace C with your drive letter) and press Enter.