After a failure of the original hard disk on my computer, the technicians replaced it with a new one.
But now every time that I´m installing a new program or ripping a CD suddenly I got a blue screen that said:
"Cannot write to disk C:, some of your files may be lost, press any key to continue"
Then I press a key and everything continues as if nothing have ever happened. The installed programs runs OK and the CD rippings are OK too. Everything else in in perfect order and for daily use the machine is OK.
This happens whenever I´m moving a lot of data to or from the C disk.
The machine is an HP Pavillion 7941 with Windows ME, 512 MB Ram.
The disk is perfectly scanned and defraged.
Neither control panel or Norton Utilities shows anything wrong with the C disk.
I have Norton Antivirus, Zone Alarm and AdSubstract running in the background, I desabled Norton Utilities from running on the background because of some incompatibilities, but I was running this configuration except Norton Utilities on the previous hard drive without any problems, I added Norton Utilities trying to fix this bug but it didn´t work.
The technician don,t have a clue about this
Thank for your suggestions.