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Every time i open my F: drive i get an error message.....!


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The windows error message was submitted to microsoft and its website told me tht there was an error due to mpegsplitter.ax......!!!Anyways i have included my HIJACK log file...!!!Pls help me out....!!!
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What is your F: drive?
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Its one among my hard disk drives i usually store movie and song and other content in it..........!!!
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you need to run a full checkdisk on it.

go to start, run and enter cmd
In the command window copy and past the following command (or type it in):
chkdsk f: /r

It may prompt you about having sufficient access. Click ok and let it run and next boot. Then reboot system. Let it run until it's complete. When it completes, it will generate a log report that we can go back and look at.
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Actually, it will likely reboot, scan (may take a veerry long time), reboot, scan again, then let you in.
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