Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
If you are using Windows XP, insert your Windows CD in the CD/DVD drive and restart your computer, make sure it boots from the CD. After loading a bunch of things, you should see a screen that tells you to press "R" to go to the recovery screen. Press the R key and when that screen loads, press 1 to log onto Windows. If you are asked for a password, just press the enter key. When you get a C:\Windows prompt, type chkdsk /r and press enter. It will take up to 90 minutes for this to run. When it finishes, type exit, press enter and remove the CD from the drive. Hopefully this will fix your problem.
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