Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
This is usually due to the hard drive having what is called "bad sectors" on it. The data on a certain portion of the hard disks readable surface becomes damaged either through age, shock or general wear and tear and it cannot read or write to that area of the disk any more. Bad sectors flag the Disk Checking warning in Windows systems. Try to run a Disk Defragmenter. Bad sectors are flagged by this program. If it picks up any, you will need a new hard drive.
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