Error CRC - Cyclic Redundancy Check
errors can be quite complex. But generally are usually caused
Hardware but the odd time by Software problems, you can usually determine this by the
circumstances of the situation.
Try the following first:
sure your hard drive and cable are OK. Use Chkdsk or Scan disk
to do a full harddrive scan. (A faulty IDE cable commonly causes
CRC problems). You can usually download Hard Drive test tools
from the manufacturers website.
Make sure your Memory is OK, run a
memory check utility, or test by removing one piece at a
time (Or if you only have one, by adding a new or
borrowed piece, while removing old chip)
out this site : http://www.memtest86.com/
it happens during an install, make sure the CD you are
installing from is not scratched or Dirty. Also check IDE cable
and drive, if possible install from a second drive, you could
also try swapping cables with hard drive.
make sure you have the latest updates for any software you are
experiencing problems with.
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