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  zanwalk 11:32 31 Mar 2003

One possibility is that your hard drive is a little 'lazy' in spinning up to speed, this could mean it is nearing the end of it's life, although that is only a possibility, however, it would be wise to ensure that you have everything backed up of course. There may be a setting in the BIOS to change giving the HD more time to get up to speed, check and see, it will be under the boot section if it is there.

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