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Harddisk recovery My system is giving me this information: Your harddisk is operating above its capacity.Backup your data and replace your hard disk

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That means the OS is telling you the drive is too full , up to you to fully verify that.

it's really that simple..

shalom and my the nforce be with you , always

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