Saturday, 15 June 2013

Your hard drive or floppy drive has a corrupt section (damaged track or sector).!!

Q: Your hard drive or floppy drive has a corrupt section (damaged track or sector).
A temporary operating system or network failure has occurred.
Your network is unavailable, slow, or is corrupting data packets (failure of a router, network card, or noise on the network transmission line).
Your antivirus program may be causing problems accessing certain files.
In the case of a damaged disk, you must save the file to another location (for example, a different drive).
In the case of a failure of the operating system, this can be caused by various memory management

A: Follow these steps.

Method 1:
Click "Start", "run"
type dcomcnfg and click OK
The screen "component Services" will be exiled.
Expand "Component Services"
Click on "Computers"
Right Click on "My Computer"
Click on "Properties"
Click on "Default Properties" tab
On "Default Authentication Level", select "Connect"
On "Default Impersonation Level", select "Identify"
Click "OK"
Try to open your file.
Method 2:
1. Click - Start 
2. Click - Control Panel
3. Click - System And Security ( you can also search for it )
4. Click - View Installed updates ( under windows updates )
5. Click- Scroll down until you see the Microsoft Office Updates
6. Uninstall all Microsoft office updates except for Add in, and Definition Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB982726)
7. Now open any Microsoft Office Power Point File
8. There you go solved! 
Hope it doesn't bother you anymore. Please say thanks and reply if it was helpful or no. Enjoy...
Method 3
1. Make copy of file.
2. Right-click on filename.
3. Select Properties.
4. Click on the Offline Files tab.
5. Click box for "Always available offline"
6. Click OK
Method 4:
1.      Start PowerPoint 2010.
2.      On the Home tab, in the Slides group, click New Slide, and then click Reuse Slides.
3.      In the Reuse Slides pane, click Open a PowerPoint File.
4.      In the Browse dialog box, locate and then click the presentation file that contains the slide that you want, and then click Open.