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Posted 17 January 2008 - 09:29 PM
When a hard drive has bad sectors or is otherwise damaged...XP will try to repair or minimize the damage.
It does this by starting chkdsk.
I already said that a few times I forgot to cancel it,and it did it's job and my video disappear!
You defeat this attempt every time you stop it from running.
The way to complete the process...has already been outlined for you.
Ok,I know it sound totally ridicious,but so far everytime chkdsk run,my video dissapear
And...your assertion that chkdsk is removing files...is absurd.
Maybe your hard drive is flaking out so that files are disappearing or are unable to be read...chkdsk is the only XP tool that can possibly counteract the damage.
It is not uncommon for failing hard drives to become unreadable in part or wholly...as the deterioration progresses.
Posted 18 January 2008 - 05:45 AM
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