asked on 30th Aug 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
Please try these steps to resolve the issue:
a) Restart the computer in the Safe Mode and check if you are getting the same error there. To boot to the Safe Mode:
• Turn the system on. On the OEM logo, keep tapping the F8 key.
• When you get to the Windows Advanced Options Menu, chose Safe Mode with networking using the arrow keys on the keyboard. Press enter if you are prompted to select the Operating System.
• Login using your user name and password.
• Check if you are getting the error here.
b) If you did not get the error, run a full virus scan on the system
c) Try to format the USB drive after backing up the data and then check again
d) Run a sfc /scannow and let it repair the damaged files.
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