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Kloppstock
19-07-2005, 03:53 AM
1. An application on my hardrive crashed wery badly this allso caused
great
damage to other files on the same hardrive, my problem is now that
every time i start my computer Windows are promting for an inconsistent
check on this drive

when driving this it starts to count up a hugh list of unreadable
segments, and trying to restore them, unfortentley its not manage to
complete the entire check, after some time a error occure and the check
exit every time

so i have now driving this inoconsistense check 4 times, it does not
seem to fix anything, it keeps coming back after eatch reboot

Im no noticing a hugh slowdown when viewing maps, thei stop responing
and crashes

2.

The affected hardrive its on 80 GB splitted into 2 drives (is that the
word?)

C: (where my op system lies) and D:(where only video & music files
lies, and this is the drive windows promting to drive inconsistens
check on.

there seem to be videos and audio files thath has been corrupted on D:

so can i exclude that C: could have got errors to?

if i did a repair reinstallation of Windows XP on C: could that maybe
help fixing the corrupted files on D: cause thei are still on the same
hardrive, i know to little about computers to know if this could
inpact?


3. i have used windows chkdsk check, with D: /F to correct problems,
but it dont help

i have driving the windows error check tool (scandisk?) with settings
to correct problems. when using it repaired and removed unreadable
segments on D:
but this dont seem to be enouff, cause the inconsistens check on D:
remains

maybe i need to drive it moore than one time if there are to many
errors
for only one scan?

but im afraid i will loose my videos/audios, cause it has removed some
files that wer listed in the drive check, could this be avoided some
howe?
(yes i know thei have to fixed, but is there maybe a moore effective
way than remove them with this tool?)

Any ideas what i should do is wery appritiated


--
Kloppstock

Mark L. Ferguson
19-07-2005, 10:40 PM
It's time to replace your hard drive. If chkdsk fails to fix it, it's probably gone.

--
Mark L. Ferguson
FAQ for Windows Antispy http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/FAQ_MSantispy.htm
"Kloppstock" <Kloppstock.1sdlpn@pcbanter.net> wrote in message news:Kloppstock.1sdlpn@pcbanter.net...
>
> 1. An application on my hardrive crashed wery badly this allso caused
> great
> damage to other files on the same hardrive, my problem is now that
> every time i start my computer Windows are promting for an inconsistent
> check on this drive
>
> when driving this it starts to count up a hugh list of unreadable
> segments, and trying to restore them, unfortentley its not manage to
> complete the entire check, after some time a error occure and the check
> exit every time
>
> so i have now driving this inoconsistense check 4 times, it does not
> seem to fix anything, it keeps coming back after eatch reboot
>
> Im no noticing a hugh slowdown when viewing maps, thei stop responing
> and crashes
>
> 2.
>
> The affected hardrive its on 80 GB splitted into 2 drives (is that the
> word?)
>
> C: (where my op system lies) and D:(where only video & music files
> lies, and this is the drive windows promting to drive inconsistens
> check on.
>
> there seem to be videos and audio files thath has been corrupted on D:
>
> so can i exclude that C: could have got errors to?
>
> if i did a repair reinstallation of Windows XP on C: could that maybe
> help fixing the corrupted files on D: cause thei are still on the same
> hardrive, i know to little about computers to know if this could
> inpact?
>
>
> 3. i have used windows chkdsk check, with D: /F to correct problems,
> but it dont help
>
> i have driving the windows error check tool (scandisk?) with settings
> to correct problems. when using it repaired and removed unreadable
> segments on D:
> but this dont seem to be enouff, cause the inconsistens check on D:
> remains
>
> maybe i need to drive it moore than one time if there are to many
> errors
> for only one scan?
>
> but im afraid i will loose my videos/audios, cause it has removed some
> files that wer listed in the drive check, could this be avoided some
> howe?
> (yes i know thei have to fixed, but is there maybe a moore effective
> way than remove them with this tool?)
>
> Any ideas what i should do is wery appritiated
>
>
> --
> Kloppstock

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