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Western digital Scorpio 120 G

Suddenly I could not boot my Gateway computer, it is less than a year old and already the hard drive was acting up; the computer kept flashing the message: one disk is unreadable. The hard drive is a Scorpio 120 G from western digital.

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Actually there is no solution, the hard drive is bad.
What I ended doing was recording the partition in iso. ( I had a Factory Partition)
Got a new hard drive 160G scorpio unfortunately it does not come with installation disc.
Installed Vista, and with vista created a partition and then installed the contents of the factory partition.

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