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Disk error message appear when i turn on my pc.. it can't recognize the system files to boot the windows.. i made repair for the windows and that didn't solve the problem.. Then i installed another version of windows but i didn't reach to the solution.. And so my pc can't turn on except after i made restart more than almost 6 times... And sometimes i can't see the cd/dvd driver on pc .. plz help me... And Thanks a lot

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  • Anonymous May 18, 2009

    when i turn on my pc it says disc error press any key when i press a key it says the same message.

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Sounds like you have yourself a hard drive failure, or at least one in progress if it works now and then. Replace the hard drive, and install windows to the new drive. This should make it boot.

Once you have it booting, fit the old drive as the slave, and hopefully you should be able to copy any work from the old drive to the new one.

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