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Typically this is caused by a corrupt windows file which can be caused by a bad disk drive or a software error that has screwed up the disk indexes.
Use your Win7 disk and do a system repair (NOT INSTALL). Often this will clear up any problem.
After that it gets complicated and you probably will need the assistance of a local computer store.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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