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Reinstall and select the Full Format in the process. If the problem reappears the disk is malfunctioning due to hardware faults - it's dead, replace it.

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Comment back with your region and city and I will find an appropriate pro for you to contact.


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Look through there to see if they have a utility that can sort the problem out....
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