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Old 07-05-10, 03:49 PM   #49
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a bit difficult then kid. You could get one for 30-40 dollars.

you could just about manage without one but it would be very time consuming swapping backups from one drive to another etc.

get an external , doesn't need to be too huge
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See, like I don't know how to do stuff like that?
Easy just reinstall your os onto that drive you have and when you get your new one, install it and windows will format it. Then copy over your steam install, and then uninstall steam.

When you reinstall steam make the directory on your new drive and not install it in x86 or wherever it defaults to. This way all your steam games are safe if you ever have to reinstall your os, using the same method.
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Albo, the win32k.sys is microsoft multi user win 32 driver, nothing to do with Nvidia driver.

I searched Internet for solutions, what firewall did you use now? Try disable it and see what happen.

http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-...in32k-sys.html
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Albo, the win32k.sys is microsoft multi user win 32 driver, nothing to do with Nvidia driver.

I searched Internet for solutions, what firewall did you use now? Try disable it and see what happen.

http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-...in32k-sys.html
The thing is, that I only have one user on Windows. And that's the one that I use everyday that has Admin Privileges and everything, and UAC off.

But, anyways, I have Kaspersky. I disable it when I play CSS tomorrow, getting late today.
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Old 07-06-10, 09:05 AM   #53
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Follow instructions at the bottom:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...e-checker.html

Manually replace which ever files are corrupt.
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Or use the 160 for your os install, and the large drive for steam/games/music/hello kitty trading cards/...
How do i do this?

I'm borrowing a friend's External hard drive this weekend, and I'm hoping on doing it then.

nvm, I see. Thanks, I think I'm just going to do a reinstall.
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