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From: indianz at (IndianZ)
Subject: Follow-UP: Harddisk-Problems

Just what we found out: We have had network problems
in the backbone, this must be the point the happening begun.
But we will monitor the network further and screw up our 
paranoia level ;-)

Thanx for your input...

GreetZ from IndianZ

On Friday 07 November 2003 18:45, you wrote:
> Hi all
> Well - there's some days ago, when in one of our offices a problem
> arrived. In 2 days 4 computers (not same hardware-series, manufacturer
> or sizes) crashed with following symptoms (could not be booted anymore):
> Disc I/O error: Status = 00000001; Hardwareprofile could not be
> started... WINNT/System32/Config/System missing or damaged. WINNT-CD
> requested to repair.
> Does this really mean hardware-failure? Can this happen when
> synchronising the windows domain-profile on logoff? Could this be a
> virus or some kind of a hacker attack? Does anybody know from such
> happenings?
> Thanx for help,
> GreetZ from IndianZ

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