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  Reply # 514197 31-Aug-2011 08:34
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what's wrong with teens nowadays?! (sorry my post didn't help anyone ... but whatever whoever's done isn't fixable with a magic wand either)

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  Reply # 514570 31-Aug-2011 16:30
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insane: One would think it easier to find the person who tampered with your PC than to purchase a new HDD to fix the issue, unless of course the machine it not yours ;)

OK come to my high school and ask everyone who do it. Thanks for trusting my honesty ..


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  Reply # 515336 1-Sep-2011 20:52
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jackfry: So you can basically guarantee it will work if i replace the hdd?

there's never an 100% guarantee I'm just saying that it worked for me personally just buy an small cheap HDD to try with that way if it does fubar the new HDD it's an big expensive loss if it doesn't fubar it then go ahead and buy a bigger HDD and use the little one for an exernal drive

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  Reply # 515435 1-Sep-2011 23:45
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thank you for the well heeded advice :)

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