Removable Disk Seen As Hard Disk Drive By Explorer

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Bad Problems W/ XP. Please Help!

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Winternals ERD Commander 2005 Problem

Ok, download the grub4dos installer from below and extract the zip file http://download.gna.org/grubutil/grubinst-1.1-bin-w32-2008-01-01.zip Also d...

Add/remove Componments

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Pls Check My HJT Log After Cleaning

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Network Cable Is Unplugged.NOT!

Please try the following.Step 1 - Change your duplex setting:Click Start, select Run, type ncpa.cpl and press OK. Ethernet Port says "network cable is unplugged" on clean XP Install Ethernet cable connected but pc saying it isnt. Usually restarting my PC fixes the problem temporarily but eventually the connection either says it's still connected but doesn't work or is completely removed from the Network Connections list as if Register now Not a member yet?

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