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    Every time I try to delete a folder that has four home made icons in it I get this message....Cannot delete F6.icoata error (cycle redundancy check)

    What in the world does that mean???

    The F6 is the file name of one of the icons and that icon is not being used any where on my PC.

    Please reply.
    Catz

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    Catz,

    Try running ScanDisk or ChkDsk. There is an error in the file directory that ScanDisk should fix.
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    CRC errors are usually hard disk failures - the data segment contains corrupt data.
    I would backup first, then perform a chkdsk. If this shows errors your hard disk is probably on the way out - modern hard disks should not show errors to the OS.

    cheers, Paul

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