Question about ASUS L3 L3562 Notebook
The make model and manufacturer of your laptop, which OS are you on??
Assuming you are running windows, since techs have already looked at this, I would assume its your hard drive or a milicous software running.
-Remove any spyware and viruses, just simply install microsoft defender and let it complete the definitions from the internet.
Schedule a scan on your hard drive with auto fixation of error and bad sectors.
Finally if nothing helps, save your data, reformat the hard drive and install a fresh OS. Make sure your hard drive is fine and has NO bad sectors.
HOpe that helped!
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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