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You should run a scan disk on your computer to make sure you do not have bad sectors on your hard drive. This will take a while, so do it when you will not be accesing your computer for more than two hours.
It looks like you are running Windows XP. If you are then here are the steps...
Go to Start --> Open my computer --> Right click on C:Drive --> Click on Properties --> Click on Tools Tab --> Click on "Check Now" --> Select both "Automatically fix file system errors" and "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors" and click on start. It might tell you that it can only be performed after restarting your computer. Click on Yes and then let the computer restart.. and leave it alone until it finally boots back in to Windows.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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