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  1. Tarq57 / hazelnut: thanks for the replies. No, there was nothing adverse on my computer. I mistakenly thought I would be getting rid of "unused" files and make my system faster. Worse yet, I did not do the back-up. I really shouldn't have messed with the fix issues function. At this point, I can't even boot up. I suppose I need to get the restore disks and start from scratch...? Thanks, dano123
  2. Ok, I'm new and this is my first post. I'ts also my first time using CCleaner. I used the "Scan for Issues' tab, and then clicked "fix selected issues" (with ALL issues selected). There were many dll files that were removed when this happened - I didn't even read half of what it was removing. In any event, here is my prob: After running the fix issues, I rebooted my laptop (or tried to), and I got an error message: SMART Failure Predicted on Hard disk. WARNING: Immediately back up your data and replace your hard disk drive. Here is the real problem...I've done this now on 2 separ
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