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Windows 7: Disk Check runs everytime i turn on computer?

11 Dec 2011   #11

windows 7 ulimate 32-bit

yes seavixen32 i do but it run......................i do with the cd installation and i use from there the CMD and i see what it show and i tell you again DANNY

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