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Disconnected network drive

I have a server and all of a sudden i cannot connect to my network. then when i truned it on and off, there's a message on the screen windows of the server , it reads: stop....check for viruses in your computer....refer to getting started manueal for more troubleshooting stop errors. it reads also:::RUN CHKDSK /F.

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You should run chkdsk because this only means that there was a unstability either on your OS, software or files. chkdsk will check your systems integrity and if it finds an unstable file, it will repair it.

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