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Unmountable Boot Volume

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I have a dell Dimension 3100...and I was using my computer when i accidentaly spilled water on my power supply....so i immediately turned it off without turning my computer off. So when I boot it up again...i get BSOD - Unmountable Boot Volume.

I know that you can fix this with the WinXP CD using CHKDSK....but I dont have the disk...any ideas?

Edited by chrozer, 25 January 2007 - 03:13 PM.

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