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Posted 21 November 2013 - 09:01 PM
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Professorchaos - it always helps to include details of the computer such as make and model, or if it is a self-build, the main specifications - mobo, hard drive, RAM, O/S. It sounds like you could have hard drive problems. I would suggest you get a copy of the Seagate tools for DOS CD and run the diagnostic test. If you look at Post #5 on this topic
you will find full instructions by DC3 on how to do this - and he explains it far better than I can !
Rkilmer - first of all, welcome to BC. Second, I suggest you start your own thread on BC since, while your problems may sound the same as the Professor's, they may not be the same.
Posted 22 November 2013 - 11:04 PM
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