This is interesting. I think my HDD is suffering from bad sectors. I installed some beta GPU drivers and they started to glitch out, I had made a restore point so I decided to use it (bad idea as it only restored my SSD and not my HDD) it was freaking out worse (anti virus froze immediately etc) so I did a system refresh.
I had taken out my GPU and a stick of RAM just in case so after installing some programs, I decided to shut down and put my GPU and RAM back in. When I booted up, I got the "Checking Disk for errors 0%" for my HDD.
I let it sit for over 30 min and it didn't move an inch. I used my Linux flash drive to check on it and it wasn't recognizing it saying that the HDD wasn't mounted (turned out it was because I had fast boot on.) I shut down and let it scan over night. Still nothing. I finally managed to skip the check and start backing up more files than already on my backup.
I then went into the HDD's properties and tried to disk check it from there, immediate error. I used WD's software to check, immediate error. I started thinking it was a bad sector but I still wasn't sure. I went into Program Files (x86) through my Linux flash drive and it wouldn't even load. Kept saying a firefox file was corrupt. That is when I knew.
Thankfully I have warranty and WD will send me a new one for free