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Hard Drive Recovery

I tried to do a system recovery, and it started to work, the first CD worked but the second one did not work, I cleaned it, then it worked, know the third disc will not work, I ordered new CD's from Acer and none of them work. When I put in the third disc it says "cannot find X:\IMAGES\70EA3000.HDD, 57231MB" and occasionally it will have a decompressions error. what can i do?

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  • ferrins Nov 25, 2007

    Some strange reason, I'm getting the same error. I left my laptop on one day, came home from work and the error was on the screen. I've even tried to reload from restore discs, No luck. I went out and purchased full version of XP and still no luck. Acer is telling me that I have a faultry Harddrive, Best Buy stated that I have a faulty OS upgrade. I have no clue and I'm tired of paying bucks for something that can not be fixed with money.

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Need to test hard drive for defective sectors first ,your cd rom drive seems ok because you getting error when it asking for second cd.

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