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"Safely Remove Hardware" BUT its my Harddrive!


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Uzumaki

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Well my friend was trying to make my 200gig harddrive actually have 200gig instead of 120 something it was saying the size was.

Now, I have the "safely remove harddrive" Thingy...however, they want me to remove my harddrive(s) *Partitioned harddrive* 127gig and 58.3gig. Its 1 harddrive and it wants me to safely remove it.

Everything else works on my comptuer. However, I do sometimes get the bsoD and it says, "windows has recovered from a serious error" I think it may be related.

I can never read what the error is on the blue screen because my computer is too dam fast. The screen just flashes.

Anyone hear about this ridiculous annoying POS of a problem before? :tazz:
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bump :tazz:

Edited by Uzumaki, 11 August 2005 - 12:29 PM.

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