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PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 1:53 pm 
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All was good, the emulator had playing games, but while I had added Goldenax.d64, all craches. When I turn on the CCS64, it doesn't starts, after pushing any button it shows:
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Volume in drive C: is STACVOL_DSK
Errors detected in file C:\GOLDENAX.D64
Error Summary:
Free sector count invalid
1 Files with errors
1 Invalid cluster mapping
Volume mounted read only
Repair drive C? ["yes"/"no"]: Y
Do you wish to have CHECK delete the damaged files listed above to correct all the errors? ["yes"/"no"]: Y
Error #2 clearing attributes for C:\GOLDENAX.D64
Unable to delete C\GOLDENAX.D64

CHECK I/0 control access denied error, #27
while reading FAT 0 from sectors 0 thru 8

Read fault error reading drive D
Abort, Retry, Fail?
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How to fix this problem? How to delete the demage file and CCS64 to run normal? I won't to play games, just to use other software like office, kalendar, solitair & internet. The file GOLDENAX.D64 is in C:\ , while I write C:/.. and "dir", but I don't know more commands in dos or that visual basic. The windows is old, probably 3.1. ot something else. Please, Help me.. I'm trying to prepare that problem more than 4-5 years, and I'm tired.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:43 am 
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Unfortunately, a Read Fault Error indicates that part of your hard disk has become physically damaged; hence, the file cannot be modified/deleted. There is no software solution to this, since it is not a software fault - it is a hardware failure. You need to upgrade your PC to a newer PC with a new hard disk drive. Luckily, newer PCs are not so expensive nowadays.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:16 pm 
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So I can't upgrade the console's windows to newer version before changing its harddisc. And there is no matter to repair it at that time, just put on trash it.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:56 pm 
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No, because upgrading your version of Windows won't eliminate the 'physical' fault with your hard disk. You need a hard disk that is reliable (i.e. not having any physical damage/fault). Since any upgrade of Windows is likely to be more intensive on your hardware (CPU, RAM, hard disk, etc.) anyway, I think it is better overall to upgrade your PC entirely. Unless anybody else has any other advise...? PC systems aren't that expensive nowadays, and I find Windows 7 to be very reliable indeed (CCS64 works fine with Windows 7).

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