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10 March 2013 - 02:52 PM
09 March 2013 - 08:55 PM
08 March 2013 - 05:31 PMWell I've come to the conclusion that my HDD is probably fine after talking with various people and consulting the interwebs.
Thanks for the help.
08 March 2013 - 10:08 AM
So it's pretty obvious what the real root cause of all your problems are .... YOUR SISTER .... did you beat knots in her head ? i laways wanted to do that to my sisters, but they always would gang up on me ... it was horrible i tell you .... just horrible !! oh the memories ... lol
this might be a good time to back up your hard drive, and make a restore point for it, just in case you have to go back sometime in the future to a known good starting point.
I didn't beat knots in her head, sorry to disappoint you.
I'm planning on backing up my computer, I'm overdue for it.
08 March 2013 - 09:11 AMIt might be important to note that after turning my computer off and back on it was working fine again.
I heard one suggestion that my sister may have accidentally pressed something while my computer was booting up that would have brought that message up.
Lastly, I downloaded HDTune and ran the benchmark and Error Scan. The error scan came up clean, and while I don't know how to interpret the graph that came up for the benchmark, I was told that it looked normal.