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UH OH just got a error. Problem detected on a non Hitatchi disk drive, Please contact your HDD supplier for additional support. Disposition code=0x70
What now?
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Sure thats even better. Let it run all night. It won't hurt to run all night and after everything you have been through trying to get the file you should let it go on its own for awhile. get some rest and we can continue in the morning
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should i click ok, will it keep running the tests
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yep go ahead and click ok.
If anything doesn't run correctly you will know in the morning
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I clicked ok and it took me right back to the same screen we started on with the Quick Test or Advanced Test, so i went ahead and clicked Advanced again and I will see where that gets me in the morning.
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"UH OH just got a error. Problem detected on a non Hitatchi disk drive, Please contact your HDD supplier for additional support. Disposition code=0x70
What now? "

This means bad sectors on the hd. This would answer allot of your problems Hd sounds like it is failing.
Solution will be to replace it. This error seems to be well know with Hitachi drives. Do not stop the test but let it continue to run as it may pickup other errors to help us decide for sure
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Problem detected on a non Hitatchi disk drive, Please contact your HDD supplier for additional support. Disposition code=0x70
What now?
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when i get that error, I click on OK and it takes me back to the main screen....i guess it doesn't go any further than that....
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besides, we are talking about a Hitatchi HD but the device list is showing a Toshiba
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It wont go past that error on the hard drive. I guess that means I need a new hard drive then? I'm going to bed, catch ya in the morning. Thanks again for bearing with me ALL day and ALL night!
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I'm back this morning. Hope you got some sleep last night. I was told by another friend that it might be a corrupt file. So I am getting another copy of the CD today and will try that one.
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As I stated before I cannot help with the installation of pirated illegal software.
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BTW, I found an original XP recovery cd that came with my desktop computer, can I use that one?
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Yes you can but what about the reg key
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Can I open up the laptop and find the reg key in there somewhere?
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