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Actual hardrive memory loss

I recently had a problem with my computer and lost everything. i had to reformat the drive and boot from the disk, my computer is a dell dimension 3100 and its running windows home edition version 2002 SP2, im not sure exactly how much memory i had but i know what its saying i have now is way off, its saying i now i have a capacity of 18.5 gigs in my local disc C, that was at least 60-70gigs before all this happened. i think i may somehow of deleting the missing memory. is there any solutions to this problem?

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First things First!
1) You have a bad hard drive or bad sector on it. depending on driver WD or Seagate use the tools that came with it. test.
2) If you dont know how to perform a format full drive read.
http://www.ehow.com/how_6026_format-hard-drive.html

other than this you got a bad Hard drive .
Good Luck

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I HAD NORMAL DESKTOP SPEAKERS
THEN CONNECTED BOSE BUT BOSE DID NOT WORK PROPERLY.THE SOUND WAS NOT CONTINOUS
SO RECONNECTED IT AND CONNECTED NORMAL SPEAKERS TO THE DESKTOP.BUT NOW NOTHING CAN BE HEARD IN NORMAL SPEAKERS ALSO.WHAT TO DO.

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