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data error reading drive c

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Ok, Ive got a old computer running windows 95(yes I know, old and obselete hardware);I got it from a friend, and when I try to boot it up, it will give me a data error reading drive c message. Before any of you here ask "why do you have something that old?" let me say that this is just something to tinker around with, and I am learning computer repair, so I figure what a better way to do it than with this old machine? Any ideas? I don't think the hard drive is bad, because I can do a scan disk check just fine. Also, I DO have a Gaming desktop that is up to date. Any help would be apprerciated. Please, no wise cracks to this question. Thank you.

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PC Desktop

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Editado por: Andrew Optimus Goldberg ,

Título:

data error reading drive c

Texto:

Ok, Ive got a old computer running windows 95(yes I know, old and obselete hardware);I got it from a friend, and when I try to boot it up, it will give me a data error reading drive c message. Before any of you here ask "why do you have something that old?" let me say that this is just something to tinker around with, and I am learning computer repair, so I figure what a better way to do it than with this old machine? Any ideas? I don't think the hard drive is bad, because I can do a scan disk check just fine. Also, I DO have a Gaming desktop that is up to date. Any help would be apprerciated. Please, no wise cracks to this question. Thank you.

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Help with desktopPC Desktop
Help with desktopPC Desktop

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Postagem original de: Kevin ,

Título:

data error reading drive c

Texto:

Ok, Ive got a old computer running windows 95(yes I know, old and obselete hardware);I got it from a friend, and when I try to boot it up, it will give me a data error reading drive c message. Before any of you here ask "why do you have something that old?" let me say that this is just something to tinker around with, and I am learning computer repair, so I figure what a better way to do it than with this old machine? Any ideas? I don't think the hard drive is bad, because I can do a scan disk check just fine. Also, I DO have a Gaming desktop that is up to date. Any help would be apprerciated. Please, no wise cracks to this question. Thank you.

dispositivo:

Help with desktop

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open