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- Al Dykes
September 18, 2005, 9:29 pm
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Your disk is probably dying. You could identify the make and model of
the disk and d/l a test utility from the manufacturer's website and
run it. (It doesn't write on your data.)
Plan on getting a new disk. If you do *before* this one dies you can,
with some help, reimage your system instead of reinstalling. A local
PC shop will do this for the cost of a couple hours labor.
There is a small chance it's the mobo.
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