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HD error the problem is that whenever i open the window of this hard drive and click on the files, i'll get the message: "Windows explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for any inconvenience." whenever i tried to debug it, another message will appear saying that it needs to be closed and finally, the whole computer is not responding. Please tell me what's the problem and how to fix it. Thank you.

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    same problems as described but on a Dell inspitron 2650 notebook computer

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Easy fix would be to reinstall windows ;)

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