I tried running chkdsk (with and without the /r or /f option) where it will run the check disk when the PC boots up. But that doesn't seem to tell me too much. I ran chkdsk numerous times from the command prompt (c:) in windows itself, and I keep getting messages that certain indexes were bad and then deleted. Each time I run it I get different results. More, and different, index files are bad.
I downloaded the different regestry programs and ran free scans. I got various numbers of errors, depending on which program I ran. Before I regester, and pay, for any of these programs, are they going to cure my problem, or is there something else I can do?
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