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Thread: when i try to restore my xp i get an error!!




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    ok when i try to restore my xp and when its at 15 sec of restoring an error apears its "Disk Acces:sense operation failed" why please someone help me i want my xp ready for AA:SF new patch ..... and now i cant start up xp it says no system on load why why
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    your HD seems to be dieing on you. go to your manufacturer's website and look for a diagnostic software.
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    what i cant even log in on my pc im using my MAc what cd do i use to wippe the hard drive and restore it
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    You would need to boot off your Winxp Cd and reformat to delete all the data off your harddrive.

    But you should be able to download that diagnostic utitlity straight to Floppy disk and pop that in, turn on the machine and run the Diagnostic to find out if there is a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spideropt
    what i cant even log in on my pc im using my MAc what cd do i use to wippe the hard drive and restore it
    you can use the PC you are posting from. just download the utility from your HD manufacturer's website and make a bootable floppy with it. that will allow you to check your HD for problems.
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    so i just d/l and put in to a regular floppy and how do i make i bootble how how
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    I often do things the hard way so this may not apply.
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    god damm it i went to the manufacture website and it's a Vaio annd they say that theres no diagnostic for it and i have to do a system recovery. pleae help me im really confused????
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    Quote Originally Posted by asklepios
    Quote Originally Posted by spideropt
    what i cant even log in on my pc im using my MAc what cd do i use to wippe the hard drive and restore it
    you can use the PC you are posting from. just download the utility from your HD manufacturer's website and make a bootable floppy with it. that will allow you to check your HD for problems.

    Thats what my previous post said...dident it?.. :roll:

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    but im telling they dont have a uttility so what now plus im using my macintosh im not using a pc My PC setup (the one wiht the problems)

    Sony VAIO PCV-RX670 Desktop (1.8-GHz Pentium 4, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB hard drive)
    Processor:*1.8*GHz Intel Pentium 4
    * System Bus Speed:*400*MHz
    * Number of Processors:*1
    * RAM:*512*MB
    * RAM Type:*DDR DRAM
    * Max RAM:*1*GB
    * L2 Cache:*256*KB

    Hard Drive

    * Size:*80*GB
    * Hard Drives:*1
    * Type:*Ultra ATA

    Optical Drives, Other Mass Storage

    * CD-ROM:*40x
    * CD-RW:*24x (read), 8x (write), 4x (rewrite)
    * DVD Recorder:*DVD-RW 4x (read), 2x (write), 1x (rewrite)
    * Floppy Drive:*1.44 MB, 3.5-inch floppy disk drive
    * Combo Drive: Yes
    * Additional Drives:*Drive can read and write both CD-RW and DVD-RW discs

    * Graphics Card:*nVIDIA TNT2
    * Graphics RAM:*32*MB
    * Interface:*AGP
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