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Is there something wrong with my hard drive? (Norton seems to think so)

Old 05-27-04, 03:47 PM
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Is there something wrong with my hard drive? (Norton seems to think so)

Every time I restrat my computer norton Disc Dr. scans the hard drive. Every time I get this error:



When I schedule a repair it doesn't repair anything and I continue to get the error.

Any suggestions?

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Old 05-28-04, 02:20 PM
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Nobody has any idea? Well, I guess I don't feel so bad now for not knowing what the hell is wrong.
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Old 05-28-04, 02:57 PM
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It appears Norton Disk Doctor doesn't do anything in Win2K other than schedule a scandisk at bootup. It will keep giving that message because under Win2K it can't do anything when you're in the OS.

This does not appear to have anything to do with it having found an error. I'd dump it.
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