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  PA28 08:36 25 Jun 2003

Try Start>Run>Msconfig. Go to Win.ini tab and uncheck the box that refers to this file. Now see if you can start normally. Maybe someone can advise if this file is important (or the tab may give you a clue). If so, recover it from your installation disk. I take it that the reason for running Scandisk in the first place was routine?

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