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XP has lost c: drive and will not boot

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a b 8 Security
September 26, 2010 5:26:17 PM

Hello,
My C: drive (190GB) would not boot last night, just flashing a blue scrren and started over again.
Now the drive is out, connected as an USBdrive using Sharkoon.
It is 'hard to get' and the information I sometimes get is that it is not identified as an NTFS-drive and allocation is 0-null-zero(100%free space)

Help......

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a b 8 Security
September 30, 2010 5:45:20 AM

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Hello,
My C: drive (190GB) would not boot last night, just flashing a blue scrren and started over again.
Now the drive is out, connected as an USBdrive using Sharkoon.
It is 'hard to get' and the information I sometimes get is that it is not identified as an NTFS-drive and allocation is 0-null-zero(100%free space)

Help......


[#0005ff]Run Checkdisk on that drive using the /r switch to find and repair any disk errors the system can identify. At the Command Prompt, the syntax is chkdsk X: /r where X is the drive letter assigned by the host system. [/#000ff]
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