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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bmurp, Sep 22, 2008.

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  1. bmurp

    bmurp Thread Starter

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    When trying to access the C: drive from MyComputer it crashes and becomes none responsive. The Machine boots and all applications run fine, but when trying to access the c: drive manually it becomes non responsive each time.

    This is a windows XP SP2 machine.

    Any ideas or advice would be appreicated.
     
  2. Deazy

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    What I would do, is do a system restore to back about a week or so or prior to when this problem did not occur. If this fails, I would reinstall XP. Someone else might have a better solution but that is what I would do.

    Are there any error messages displayed?
     
  3. bmurp

    bmurp Thread Starter

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    Thanks, but was hoping there would be something else that could be done. Thats the last resort.

    Restore points aren't helpful on this case as it's been like this for a long time.
     
  4. DotHQ

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    Have you defraged c: drive ever?
     
  5. bmurp

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    yes drive has been defragged and chkdsk has been run.
     
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