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Links 2003 won't launch

I recentely purchased a copy of Links 2003 but can't get it to launch. Every time I try I get an error message that says Cannot locate the Links 2003 Disk 1 despite the fact that I can hear it spinning in the drive. What must I do?

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The "clicking" and "disk read error" indicates a hard drive failure.  When the PC boots it can no longer read some files from or the entire HD.  The corrective measure would be to replace the HD and install your OS and programs. Alternately, you may try and reformat then re-install but then you would be operating with an unpredictable storage media and perhaps prolonging the inevitable.

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