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My new second hand laptop Dell latitude d600 is losing free space in chunks and crashing, i'm down to 10%. it says its file system32? needs to be repaired from the original disc, which i dont have, can i buy and download it or do something?

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  • djin28 Oct 13, 2008

    im trying to use the dell site suggested but i ran a chkdsk c:/r that just rebooted me and a windows defender that said my computers clean and running normally, but i have 4% free space from 6% this morning and its wierd, is it my wirless connection causing this?

  • djin28 Oct 13, 2008

    control panel to performance and maintance -to rearange items on your hard disc -to make programs run faster and on disc defragmentor it says cdrive ntfs file system free space capacity free space % free space

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Hi,
We were on the chat, but the chat got disconnected. Kindly call Dell , to get the cds for this computer, reply to the post and we would send you the instruction on how to reset the computer

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Proton

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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    Mandeep Singh Oct 13, 2008

    If you could paste the picture of what you are seeing on the screen when you say 4% and 6 % I would be able to decode the same better. If the windows defender says that the system is clean than it a good news.





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    Proton

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You should be able to go to the Dell website
www.dell.com
and register your laptop, even though you are not the original owner. From there the site will guide you through the scanning and repair process. You may have to wipe the hard drive and start with a clean setup, so backup any of your data on another form of media.
I had to do this on a dinosaur of a laptop when I had to replace my daughter's backup system. It is not fun, however, a better choice than using it for target practice.

I hope this helps, good luck!
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Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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