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Computer w/ problems on the hard drive.


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Amoore

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At first, I thought I had a virus problem. But I think I have a hard drive problem. I can still get on the internet, but I can't download any links or open up PDF formats, that I need for school. My computer will tell me that "a few of my files have been corrupted on the hard drive." How do I clean up my hard drive????

I need help!!
What do I do?

Edited by Amoore, 17 July 2009 - 11:14 PM.

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rshaffer61

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Go HERE and get Foxit reader.
It will read pdf files just like adobe but is alot smaller in size and alot easier on your system resources.
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BlackOrcWarlord

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If you are having problems with a hard drive, I suggest you use Spinrite. It acts at a very low level and is capable of amazing repairs on failing drives. It is available to buy from GRC.

Good luck
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