Question about Computers & Internet
The best way to solve generic problem for all utlities is to perform a checkdisk on all drives resulting in a problem free system.
Just do a right click on your c drive and go to properties.
click tools and click on the first tab .i.e. error checking
you get to have a small dialogue box which has two options
check for system file errors and scan and recovery of bad sectors. select both and then click on ok.
It says to schedule a disk check when the next time system restarts click yes.
Perform this on all drives.
Reboot to perform an automated checkdisk.....................
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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