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It looks more like hard disk failure.
If your PC is still within the waranty period, kindly contact your PC vendor to fix the problem for you.
If the warranty period has already expired, please switch off your PC and remove all power sources and open up your CPU and check if the hard disk cables and the power supply is fine. Also check if there is any loose connection.
This should fix the problem, else please provide more details.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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