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    Default Corrupt file question

    On a computer I am trying to work on it gives the black screen with the can't load because of corrupt file and the part to put in the cd and push r for recovery etc. I went through the chkdsk /r and did a repair and recovery but it still won't load. I am trying one more time to see if I can recover. There is one thing that does happen. Periodically it will give one long beep, pause for a couple seconds and give one long beep etc. Any indication what it could be?
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    Default Re: Corrupt file question

    Beep codes vary from motherboard to motherboard. If you want to know what the code means you need to find out what board is in the machine then do some googleing.
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    Default Re: Corrupt file question

    options
    ultimate boot cd - might be able to repair it
    the best way I've found is to stick the HD in another computer and scan it for errors via windows - quiet often it will repair the system

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