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Old 08-13-2004, 11:31 AM   #1
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My operating system is xp pro, i have norton 2004 installed and i've completed live up date and done a virus scan with no faults found. now and again i've been get messages say i have corrupt or unreadable files and i should do a disk check i also get this sometimes when i do a disk defragment, when i do a disk check it deletes orphaned files and when i reboot it stops and says disk read error. i've changed my hard drive and my mothherboard as requested by the computer repair shop but i'm still getting the same problems. the software that i'm using is the same software that i've had on for some time and i've also used that software on other computers without any problems. this there any thing that can be causing this?
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My operating system is xp pro, i have norton 2004 installed and i've completed live up date and done a virus scan with no faults found. now and again i've been get messages say i have corrupt or unreadable files and i should do a disk check i also get this sometimes when i do a disk defragment, when i do a disk check it deletes orphaned files and when i reboot it stops and says disk read error. i've changed my hard drive and my mothherboard as requested by the computer repair shop but i'm still getting the same problems. the software that i'm using is the same software that i've had on for some time and i've also used that software on other computers without any problems. this there any thing that can be causing this?
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windows files are missing or corrupted,
go to run type dskchk.
reply please when done.
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wait thats 98se
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xp you go to sys restore in,
help & support, then go to sys restore.
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Old 08-14-2004, 08:52 PM   #6
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See if you just included everything in one post, you would have like 10posts man. Sort it out
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ya but i know what im tlaking about unlike the likes of you.
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Jealous jealous jealous

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lol, dont be a swat around these forums. You dont know what i know, so keep your little fingers on your lap before you type something stupid.
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Old 08-14-2004, 09:29 PM   #10
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OK, right you dont know half of the stuff i know
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