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Windows 7, computer slowly dying

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Apple2124, Jan 12, 2011.

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  1. Apple2124

    Apple2124 Thread Starter

    Jan 12, 2011
    So, I have a few issues that have all popped up over the past few days.
    I have a sony vaio with windows 7.
    the first is that when ever I bootup, it does a check of the hard drive and says there are issues, I've attatched the photo of what it actually says.
    I have tried to do the system restore as it says, but it won't allow me to. There was an error in the C: drive and couldn't complete the process.

    I haven't install anything other than the windows updates and vaio updates.

    Secondly, I not longer have a hibernate option, not at all. I have done the trouble shooting for missing hibernate button as an option in the shutdown menu thing, but hibernate doesn't show up on any of the options suggested. When I type in the
    power/hibernate on in the cmd (or what ever it was) it tells me I don't have access to turn on the hibernate function.
    I am the only person on the computer and have administrative privileges.

    I have checked for viruses and nothing was found, so I don't know if this is a virus or what, but I am so lost.
    any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated
    I may just end up restoring it to factory settings.
    Thank you

    Update: I have managed to fix the hibernate issue. Random person as school had had the same issue :)

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