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    did a virus scan and did 2 formats of the hard disk where windows is on
    (one of them was even from dos just to be sure it took it all away)

    I was more talking about some drivers problems...dont know if it can affect something like that really.

    oh..and are you sure it could not just be winzip (even if i did reinstall it lots of times now) because most cds use zip files when they install
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    I think those cd's can usuall decompress their own files... unlikely it's a driver problem, because the HD and CDD both use different drivers... could be a screwy mobo... but leave that as a last resort... what about memory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by major_small
    what about memory?
    one block of 256mb and one on 512bm, both kingston 2700
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    by chance...how large zip files are we talking here? and if you have xp, are you using winzip to extract the files or the built in zip handler in windows?
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    hm well if they are like above 10mb or something like that i get these errors...if they are very small nothing is wrong
    And i use winrar, got xp, also tryed winzip but i still get errors
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    does it happen if you unzip it with the windows function? (right click extract all)
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    I found out what it was

    One of my ram blocks was the reason for all this...I got no idea why but I guess there is just something wrong with it
    So now my computer is working fine (only with 256mb ram however)

    Thanks a lot for trying to help me out waldo2k2
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