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Hard drive error.. i think

The system will not access any programs or features at all. i can not even restore. it says there are corrupt files or no files at all and a hard drive error. can it be fixed

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Get software called paragon hdd recovery to repair your hd.
youre gonna have to reinstall os anyway.
but often you can install os depending where on your hd the bad sectors are .
may not be bad sectors maybe only needs to be reinstalled but for the time it takes to do plus the software is free may as well.

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Start the computer and keeping hitting F8 so you can get into SAFE MODE. When you get in SAFE MODE try restoring your computer to an earlier date.
Hope this helps. Bud

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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My computer -> right click on the drive icon -> format and then choose fat 32. Then try backing up your laptop again.

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