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Fat32 error message

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My computer seems to have frozen showing a FAT32.

It started a couple of weeks ago when my web cam stopped working and showed unknown error.

I wonder whether it could be something to do with a microsoft update that I ran or an adobe update.

Can anyone help I am lost without my computer.
thks Sylvia.

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Go to control panel, add remove, uninstall the webcam then download ccleaner from net, install it, run cleaner then clean your registry then restart your computer

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