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Thread: Corrupt file on Satellite C660

  1. Corrupt file on Satellite C660
    #1
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    I have a huge Problem:
    When i Start my Satellite C660 the Computer says:

    The file is possibly corrupt. The file header checksum does not match the computer ed checksum.

    What can I do now? How can I restart my computer?
    Thank you in Advance!

  2. Re: Corrupt file on Satellite C660
    #2
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    Can you start your notebook in safe mode?

  3. Re: Corrupt file on Satellite C660
    #3
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    No, Not even the F8 Recovery System appears!
    I can Only Press F2 for the Boot config...but i can Not Switch anything back...
    I tried to restart/recover the System but it does Not work!

  4. Re: Corrupt file on Satellite C660
    #4
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    Hi

    I would recommend removing one RAM and you should try to boot the notebook using one memory module. Maybe one of the modules is not ok.

    Furthermore you should also remove and disconnect the HDD and then you should try to boot the notebook. Check if you can access the BIOS after the HDD has been removed.

    If you would be able to access the BIOS without connected HDD, then this means that the HDD might be faulty and could affect the notebook functionality. In such case the HDD should be replaced.

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