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I dropped water on my power supply and i turned it off while my computer (desktop) was on....When i turned it on again the Blue Screen appeared....It said that the problem was "UNMOUNTALE BOOT VOLUME".... Any ideas to get it to work again
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Unmountable Boot Volume is a CHKDSK job.

Boot off your XP CD, press R on the first screen, select your Windows if asked, type your Administrator password (if asked and if set) and type "CHKDSK /p /r" at the prompt. When its finished, type Exit, press Enter, take XP CD out and your computer should work again.
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