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And sometimes you need the disk manufacturers low level format utility to zero all bits.
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You more than likely have a virus on the boot sector of your hard drive,
from before you formatted. Formatting alone, will not reach the boot
sector. You must use the DOS command FDISK to remove everything from your
hard drive, including the boot sector. Go to Google and type in FDISK, and
the entire technique of using this command will be explained to you. Good
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G. De Angelis
Thanks G,
I did reply to the old post that all is well.
Thanks anyway, Muggs
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