I am having some issues with CTM. I have a Dell XPS 702x with Windows 7 Professional and I tried to uninstall CTM from Windows start up.
When I clicked uninstall, CTM went through the uninstall process until it started to "process data." This procedure was estimated to take 15 minutes, so I decided to turn off the computer and do the uninstall later because I had urgent emails to respond to.
Unfortunately, when I stopped the uninstall, it now prevents my computer from reaching my windows login screen. When I restart, CTM gives me an error message that says "Failed to verify Table(16) 0-9, begin 0, number 1 DiskNum 0. Click on cancel to not show this message again." It gives me two options: OK or Cancel. If I press OK, it just names another table number and this process repeated infinitely times as I was pressing OK for 10 minutes.
Pressing cancel, the uninstall goes to 2% and then stops. When I press any key,I get another error message that says "Failed to read v-sector (3206A, 80, 76000000), errorcode 400, DiskNum0." I am given three options: Retry, Ignore and Ignore All.
Retry just removes the error message until I press another key. Ignore does nothing.
Ignore All gives an error message that says "Too many bad sectors" and at that point, I cannot do anything and am forced to restart
Any suggestions or tips? I am computer literate and the only options I can think of to fix this would be to run a USB or CD Boot from the setup page at the beginning of Windows start up. This is of course a last ditch scenario, as I would like to keep my personal files intact. Right now my computer is completely useless.
Any suggestions are appreciated!
Thank you so much for your time!