Question about Computers & Internet
You have a hard drive problem.
If it won't boot because of this problem, then the hard drive with your operating system may have failed. If it offers several boot options, then choose safe mode and the use the scan disk programme (set out below for XP, other o/s slightly different) to try and resolve the problems.
Your hard drive is probably split into 2 partitions a large one for general use, a smaller one for backups and support data.
Try going to Start - All Programmes - Accessories - System tools - Scan Disk for both partitions
Posted on May 18, 2011
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