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==================================================================== 03/12/2009 11:29:56 FATAL ERROR PANIC : ASSERT(fcbp->fcb_magic == FCB_MAGIC) ==================================================================== The previous message occurred in the following context within the system log: 03/12/2009 11:24:29 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 2 - Check pathnames 03/12/2009 11:24:29 INFORMATION File System Check : ** Phase 1b - Rescan for more duplicate blocks 03/12/2009 10:51:52 INFORMATION SMB : Resolved IP address (192.168.1.7) for domain controller MAINSERVER. 03/12/2009 10:51:42 INFORMATION SMB : Located domain controller MAINSERVER via TCP/IP. 03/12/2009 10:51:31 INFORMATION DHCP/BOOTP: Setting IP address to 192.168.1.61 can anyone help

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Are you running a PATA raid? What kind of hard drives are you using? How long has this been a problem? Once I have more information I can assist you further.
Thank you,
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I can't believe you've already received this many responses to your problem and none of them have even asked the basics.

What OS are you using?

When did this problem start?

When does the problem occur?

What have you tried so far?

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Panic errors are caused mainly by hardware issues.
maybe hard-drive or internet port or ram, usually something simple.
have you upgraded at all recently?
you will need to remove components one by one til you find the culprit.
it may be an old part gone wrong also, not just upgrades cause issues.
it may just be a cable.

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Go to www.onecare.live.com,

this is a windows website that will scan ur entire comp for buggs and viruses the problem that u are encountering sounds like a virus. something attacked ur windows directory and u need to scan it now,

u might have to reinstall windows.

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Hi there,

is there any programs has been installed before he pc restarts?

do restart again the PC, and unplu for the moment the internet connections

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Hi,
you can do system restore to go back to date when your computer was working fine here is a helpfull link to do system restore

before that restart your system and as soon as you see anything on the screen start tapping F8
you will be sent to a screen where you can pickup seafe mode and then use the steps in the link below,
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084

Further Queries are welcome

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Hi,
1.Restart the Computer and Keep tap F8 2.Select Safe mode with n/w 3. Then get in to safe mode and unistall if there is any antivirus and try to go online in safe 
4. Get in to normal mode and try to go online

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