Laptop having a hard disk problem

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Hello!

I have an HP laptop and i have installed windows   vista in its hard drive .  Whenever I try to turn the laptop on it gives me an option that either "start recovery" or something or "start normally" but when i click to start normally it doesn't start , i mean it restarts and says "Your hard drive may be infected by a virus" .

I think that there's a  major hard disk problem. What does this mean????

Thanks for solution!!!

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Laptop having a hard disk problem

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Well normally in HP laptops this problem occurs there are many problems can be considers I have a bad experience in this Once i tried to install the windows with drivers but in drivers CD there is a virus so i tried to install windows 7 or 8 times but still infected with the virus while there is no problem in the window CD but the virus is in the Drivers CD which affect my windows.

So you need to change the CD of your drivers might be problem with your windows CD try to change the windows CD if the problem persists then try to remove your hard drive and plug it again into your laptop. There might be problem with your hardware so try this might be helpful to you thanks.

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Laptop having a hard disk problem

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  • Since on your start-up, there where no anti-virus running; unless, you are using an anti-virus that runs scan during boot-up like AVG anti-virus. This issue might be solved by disable virus detection in your BIOS or CMOS set-up. Go to your BIOS set-up and look for the option Virus Detection that must be turned off.
  • If you have equipped or guarded with anti-virus that has the capability to scan viruses during start-up, boot in safe mode then update your virus definition so that if you are infected with a virus, your anti-virus able to remove or delete the infection.
  • Worst case is reformat your computer.

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