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1. I removed the contact window from my outlook express and I'm not
sure on how to get it back
2. I get a blue screen (one of many) that tells me that my computer
is unable to write to the C: drive. This happens occasionally and i
think it'sjust my computer acting up on me.

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by Keyboard Cowboy In reply to from a recent caller

As far as the contact window, if it's actually closed, then you should be able to click on View, then toolbars or windows, (not real sure on OE) and there should be an option to bring it back. If it's just hidden somewhere (as in you shrunk the window) then good luck getting it back. The blue screen error would most likely be either your hard drive starting to go bad, or some memory. Does it always happen when your trying to do something in a particualr application? Completely random? Goodluck.

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by sgt_shultz In reply to from a recent caller

view: open outlook express, click view/layout. ensure the contacts box is checked.
errors reading c: drive: backup your data! like email, address book, word docs excel docs favorites list...
because your hard disk is going south, me thinks. or maybe a virus. after your stuff is backed up (write back for help on that if you need it), run scandisk on the harddrive: right-click My Computer, pick properties/tools/check this disk for errors. check the box that says 'automatically fix' and do a 'thorough' scan. if you get prompted to save changes to a disk, type 'l' for delete (no point in saving the changes, imho, they won't help you much). be prepared for this to take a while depending on how big your hard disk is. if it won't complete due to restarting, run it in safe mode (need help with that, ask) good luck. backup that data. run virus scan with updated virus definitions...

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