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16 Aug 2010  
karlsnooks

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

Let us know if you do not understand any of our advise or the tutorials. We want to save you from an impending disaster. As said, you could get lucky and the drive last for a couple of more weeks, but maybe not.

Also put a fan blowing directly on your computer. Right now heat is a very definite enemy.

I have a small clip on 6 inch fan that blows directly on my laptop and mine doesn't make noise but I want to keep the temperature down.

Your computer will also run cooler if you choose the power saver option.

WIN key + X | in the section that shows your battery, choose Power Saver.

As soon as possible make that backup or at least save of to usb sticks all your important data, pics, music, anything dear to your heart.

After we have that diskmanagment display, and that first backup is made, then we can discuss other matters.
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