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Partition Table (MBR) reading error, Boot sector of Disk C:reading err


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radchaddy

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I have run all the spyware and virus checkers required before posting the problem.

I ran AVG in Safe Mode: no viruses, but
1. Object: Partition Table (MBR) reading error
2. Boot sector of Disk C: reading error

Problems:
1. Quite frequently I get messages, "This program is not responding" or "...has chosen to end a non-responsive program, send error report?" (Not exact wording)
2. Sometimes when I try to close a program the image doesn't leave the screen all at once, it appears to be struggling, there sometimes is a shadow of the page remains for a few seconds.
3. When playing games, sometimes it slows right down and then catches up.
4. Computer just runs more slowly.



Should I now delete all of these from my compute and just leave the Microsoft Spyware and AVG?

Your log has been ruled as clean and has been removed and re-attached as a text file

Edited by dsenette, 24 February 2006 - 02:22 PM.

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Moved to XP forum.
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http://aumha.net/vie...3c02b4a359e5ade i found a reference to this error involving a known bug in avg...how old is your version? try uninstalling avg and reinstalling the newest version

also do start > run > cmd > chckdsk /r it should ask you to reschedule at next startup and if you want to reboot..if it does say yes and reboot. let that run to completion....usually takes 45 min or so


sorry i meant start > run > chkdsk /r no cmd needed
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