Dec 19, 2007 - 01:31 PM
in any case, an add-on is causing your MSN/Internet explorer problems. to disable add-ons, go to the control panel and select internet options. (you may need to select "classic view" before the "internet options" icon is available)
click on the "programs" tab then click on the "Manage add-ons" button.
go through and disable each one until you don't experience your MSN problem.
as for your other hard drive, try running chkdsk with the /r option on that drive. To be honest, it sounds like that drive is hosed and unusable for an operating system drive, but you still should be able to grab some of your documents off it.
Mar 04, 2009 - 07:03 AM
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