Boot-up problems and "Divide Overflow error"

  Gothdj 22:30 31 Mar 03

I have 2 problems at start-up:
1.Scan disk running at start-up but no errors found, "because Windows was not properly shut down etc. etc...." even when it is.
2.Also, my hard disk is making an awful rasping noise on boot-up and freezing mid-boot which requires me to reset 2-3 times in order to boot -up.

The last time this happened I got the message: "Your program caused a divide overflow error". Any ideas?

I did run a trial version of McAfee virus scan recently which found and deleted a virus in my autoexec.bat but I am wondering if it did any lasting damage?

Grateful for any help.

  JoeC 07:32 01 Apr 03

Have a read here

click here

but McAfee site also mention the Yukon virus as causing the same symptoms.

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