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Empty xp desktop & windows detected a hard disk problem

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#1 BenRobertsFlorida


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Posted 16 November 2011 - 11:37 AM

Windows detected a hard disk problem A potential disk failure may causeloss of files, applications and documents stored on the hard disk. It's highly recommended to scan and solve HDD problems before continuing using this PC.
The desk top icons are missing and when I click on start or programs it says 'empty'. Some icons show up on the bottom right:shows Panda, Log Me In, internet signal, clock. I'm running SuperAntiSpyware and so far shows 80 items found for Adware.Tracking Cookie and 2 items found for Disabled.TaskManager...still running at 25 minutes. I'm posting this from Iphone...on the road business trip.

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 05:12 PM

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