This has been happening for a while, with no one program setting it off.
I have done the usual as search on google. 1. ran check disk with /f /r, which usually finds only two problems. 2. ran a memmory check, which came up clean. 3. ran SAS amd MBAM scans, which came up clean.
Should I head over to Amazon for a new drive?
I am off to run another chkdsk scan before looking back on these forums.
If no joy with the above, you're using WinXP & can get into the BIOS, change the boot order to boot from CD-rom,. Then follow this guide click here to do a repair installation on the drive/partition where WinXP is installed. G