chkdsk fouled up hard drive

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August 21, 2009 at 05:22:12
Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, 3 GHz / 2045 MB
Installed a new graphics card and when I powered up the pc (Win Home XP) chkdsk strarted so I let it run and it came up with "replacing invalid security id with default security id". I have never seen that before and now I can not run any programs on the pc and the system tray does not show so I can work with the machine. Any recourse? Wonder why the message and function ran tha way?

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#1
August 21, 2009 at 09:09:44
It sounds like a driver issue. Have you tried booting in safemode and uninstalling the driver that came with you Graphics Card. Also try running the "Last know good configuration".

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August 21, 2009 at 12:21:39
Thanks Ace...finally got the system tray to show up. Tried system restore and made sure it was turned on, and it was, but when I try it, I got this message: "system restore is not able to protect your computer. Restart the computer and try again". No help. I have also tried to Start many of the services and that does not work either. I removed the new adapter and used the old one and I still am right where I began. I am still at a loss why this thing started in chkdsk and apparently had the /f mode checked.

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