Question about Computer Utilities & Maintenance
If you can get into the control panel under the green start tab at the bottom left click it and go to performance and maint. in the upper left corner click the system restore icon and go back to the last date you know it was working. If not you will either have to do a full restore from disc or by pressing F11 during startup. By doing this you will lose all your info and set your Pc back to manufacturer status. If that does'nt work your hard drive is bad.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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