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Cannot DL anything from Net & Disk - No Virus

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I spent the last 2 weeks seeing if I had a virus for this problem and it was very slight butmy PC is clean and I still have to same problems I started with.

I cannot download a thing from the internet.
I cannot DL from any disk, therefore my printer and dual moniter will not work, or say no signal and they are plugged into the pc.
My IE does not load and when I used IEfix it says it cannot fx 7.o I was unaware that I even had IE 7.0
I do not have Internet options anylonger in my control panel.

I can get on the net with Firefox but I still haev the same problem that I cannot DL anything.

Please help..

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Right click the hard drive with the Windows installation, click Properties, click the Tools tab, click Error checking, click on Check Now, click automatically fix file system errors, click Start.
It will ask of you wish to schedule for next retart, click Yes.
When it reboots and commences. DO NOT interrupt, use the computer or switch off until completed.

Away now for two days, good luck, someone else will very likely pick the thread up.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 28 April 2010 - 11:49 AM.

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