Here's How to Fix That Up Next Article Have a Winmm.dll Error? to the second, if possible. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer Freezes etc. If you have the same problems, then you'll know it's hardware related. Source
How this is done depends on your version of Windows.Windows 7Boot the computer and immediately start pressing and releasing F8 over and over again. If you run that from the live CD for a good long while, and it -doesn't- fail, then the drive might not be bad actually, since a physically bad HDD will So by the looks of it, Core Temp seems to be the culprit. It sounds to me as though the HD was remapping failing sectors and now it's done ...
Is there anyway around this or something else I should do? IME, SpinRite is usually able to get the drive back to usable status long enough to recover the data with other tools.Quote:The wrong solution is to load the hell out of See what it says..
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