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Something flashes on the screen but goes away so quick that I can't read it.
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Click start, all programmes, accessories, command prompt, then type it and press enter
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No...I know how to do this, I already have. It's after I do that a message appears for half second and goes away. Not even a chance I can read it.

Edited by kingofny.hova, 25 March 2007 - 04:08 PM.

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Is it still running check disc when the PC starts?
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Yes it is.
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Just wanted to let you know that when I started my cpu everything worked fine. The last few times chkdsk ran there were problems and they were usually they were the same. One error would stop it and go to login. When i just started it though as soon as ATI loads in the little box on the right next to the time on the desktop, the monitor goes black for a second and comes back on. It didn't use to do that. Anyways I think the video card problem is fixed now. I just want to make sure Windows is fine or my drive is working right.
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