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QuestionWhen to call WinUsb_FlushPipe Pinmember__John_10-Oct-12 2:27 
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GeneralRe: When to call WinUsb_FlushPipe Pinmember__John_10-Oct-12 3:36 
QuestionUSB 2.0 Coexisting With USB 3.0 Despite USB 3.0 Being Backwards-compatible [modified] PinmemberKevin Li (Li, Ken-un)26-Sep-12 13:57 
QuestionWindows Media does not play .wav files [Solved] [modified] PinmemberPJ Arends14-Sep-12 15:56 
QuestionXP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. PinmemberVaclav_Sal11-Sep-12 4:17 
AnswerRe: XP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. PinmemberKenneth Haugland11-Sep-12 4:43 
GeneralRe: XP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. PinmemberVaclav_Sal11-Sep-12 6:01 
Thanks, I briefly scanned the link.
I goes from obvious - bad drive to sometimes silly - " have you checked your cables", " did you power down properly" etc.
The best "guess", and they all are guesses - with one exception, is still a bad disk. My "problem" is that it is a part of what used to   be main OS partition and I do not have problems with the other partitions. That still does not mean that the problematic one is not messed up.
I think I'll check what is on the partition / drive, it is part of my backup, and than reformat it.
Unless someone comes up with a real answer.
AnswerRe: XP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. PinmemberKenneth Haugland11-Sep-12 6:09 
GeneralRe: XP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. PinmemberVaclav_Sal11-Sep-12 12:03 
GeneralRe: XP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. Pinmemberjeeteshsrivastava14-Sep-12 23:53 
GeneralRe: XP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. Pinmemberjeeteshsrivastava14-Sep-12 23:53 
RantAccess HID token in a Bootloader [modified] PinmemberA_Fa3-Sep-12 21:23 
GeneralRe: Access HID token in a Bootloader PinmvpDave Kreskowiak4-Sep-12 2:14 
QuestionHow to get the properties of more than one display monitor attached to my computer PinmemberNathaniel Lim29-Aug-12 10:10 
AnswerRe: How to get the properties of more than one display monitor attached to my computer PinmvpDave Kreskowiak29-Aug-12 13:06 
QuestionA couple of questions about graphics cards PinmemberLloyd Atkinson27-Aug-12 8:04 
AnswerRe: A couple of questions about graphics cards Pinmember Michael Martin 27-Aug-12 16:07 
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QuestionIntel I7 2670QM processor PinmemberForNow19-Aug-12 15:48 
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GeneralFile folder tables of Windows 7: Home Premium PinmemberBrandon T. H.4-Aug-12 17:08 
GeneralRe: File folder tables of Windows 7: Home Premium PinmvpDave Kreskowiak4-Aug-12 17:27 
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QuestionInstalling a filter driver PinmemberMarkBrock1-Aug-12 2:09 

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