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Windows-delayed write failed

My system is showing windows-delayed write failed and I am not able to see outlook express mails

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Delayed write failed is a symptom of failure of the drive where the error comes, if the error includes drive c: that would mean that your c drive is having problems and might need to be replaced.

this needs to be looked at by a professional, I can't see the problem over the internet and I suggest you take the computer to be checked out.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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