not windows xp
and also chkdsk /r
File Type is NTFS
Cannot Lock Current Drive
Because it is Write Protected
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You may have to run the command in advanced mode by doing the following.
Redo the instructions but this time before typing in the command right click on the Run box and then click on Run as Administrator
Then type in command and click Enter
Does that allow the program to then come up?
Edited by GeekForgotten, 12 November 2010 - 02:49 PM.
This is just not working.
Is your Win 7 installation disk a authentic Microsoft disk, downloaded or burned copy?
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