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Old 2009-06-20, 06:08   Link #7
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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Philippines
Age: 42
Somehow, somewhere, there might be a corrupted system driver. Or just about anything.

I'm guessing one course of action to do: either try to restore the system using a restore point generated by System Restore:

Or have some technician (or better yet, a trusted friend who knows computers) to remove your hard disk first and backup everything on it (burned to disk or copied to another hard disk for a while), before checking exactly what went wrong.

The last resort is to reformat that disk and reinstallation of the operating system and/or software that came with it, and restoration of backup data.
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