Continuing from my earlier thread re: re-formating my computer in conjunction with a recovery disk - I much prefer to do it via the disk if possible.However, when booting up with the recovery disk I get the above message. What does this mean? The only thing I can think of is that my brother has made a couple of minor upgrades. Surely that would not make the recovery disk useless?I can re-install Windows XP with the disk, but a formatting option should also be included (according the the mesh instruction booklet). But I cannot format with the disk!Thanks, Cara
Try reinstalling the file click here first.
Thanks VOG,I have been told by Mesh that the error message 'symc810.sys is corrupted' indicates the Hard Drive has failed.Other than trying to re-format with the recovery disk - there is no idication that the HD has failed. So, does this seem correct. Can a HD fail in this way with no other apparent symptons?
I will repost to see if I can get more replies!
Check my other posting in the other thread you have started.,you may wont to close a thread to avoid confusion.
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