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Old 11-19-2006, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey everyone, I have a question, my comp keeps restarting itself, and once it dose that, it wont start all the way back up, it says disk read error. the only way i can get on the comp is to reinstall windows, I dont really want to keep doing that, any suggestions? thanks.

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Tried a different harddrive?


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Hard drive is more then likely the issue
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There is an easy way to eliminate your HDD from the equation. Go to the manufacturers website, and download HDD diagnostic tools, i.e. Maxtors 'Powermax' install it on a floppy disc, or bootable CD, and fire it up. It'll tell you if it's that or not.

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