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Pc945gz7mc-k52h comp switched off from mains switch comp wont start at all, have tried clean install after i was advised hard drive corrupted. Win XP system recovery disk runs til setup then various codes come up on the dreaded blue screen...latest being ..error code 32768 also says ..file cdfs.sys corrupted. please can anyone help?

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  • sparkygg Oct 03, 2008

    thanx, hav entrusted task to a pal who has resources for comp repairs, so i will let you know results.thanx again. sparkygg

  • sparkygg Oct 08, 2008

    system still not working, hav bin told possible component error on motherboard, too expensive to repair , cheaper to get second hand tower****, thanx


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Put your hard disk to another computer format all drives unallocate the drives and aloocate in newly again..then istall the OS newly then put back in your system and check whether it works...

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