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Error message I am having an issue with Excel on a Windows XP SP2 machine, when trying to save to a document drive D ,a bubble down in the bottom right corner pops up and gives the following error "The data has been lost. This error may be caused by a failure of your computer hardware or network connection." There is always suggestions to save file elsewhere Also I can't open these files even I copy and save somewhere (drive C my doc)and then try to paste them back to drive D it's original. can some one point me to a hotfix for this ? Any help is always very appreciated

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thanks for the details supplied although I believe you're missing some details

1. are you trying to install the whole operating system (windows xp sp2) or only the SP2 for windows xp?

2. if you are trying to install the os (windows xp sp2) is this a clean installation (recommended) or you are trying to upgrade from a previous operating system (9x, nt, 2000)??

10. are you getting a blue screen with this message?? in what part of your installation??: the DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON PAGE_AREA message is something I'm assuming you're getting on a blue screen before the computer shuts down on you (please confirm if this is accurate)

2. if you answered yes to the previous question what we need is the line at the bottom portion of the blue screen where you see something like 0x000000?? (0x00000......
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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q307726
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