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#1 8Bits

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 05:15 AM

I am now currently running on safe mode with networking
When I switch to normal mode and open a program, my computer hangs.
When I open "My Computer"\External HDD (even in safe mode), it says Windows had encountered a problem and needs to close.

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 06:17 AM

Oh, boy. Wait, Explorer.exe closes? Okay... I would suggest a Re-Install of Windows. If you have a lot of music, or photos, just try to put them on a flash drive or something. Then just boot to the XP CD (after you get your stuff) and in the Partition setup, delete the main Partition (Usually C:.) If your computer is recent enough, it might have a recovery partition on it. If it does, highlight it with your keyboard, and hit the corrosponding key for Re-Size Partition, if there is one, and just make it fill up the entire hard drive. If you don't have a recovery partition, just dlete the main Windows one, and create a new one the size of the hard drive. And here's a third option. Get a Ubuntu CD, and install that over Windows. You won't have these STUPID problems.

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 08:40 AM

When is the last time you scanned for malware and viruses?
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#4 8Bits

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 07:12 AM

I scanned for viruses the day before I wrote this post
I only face this problem when I open the External HDD.
LG External HDD -298GB
Free Space- 294GB




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