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I'm having trouble starting up Vista for some reason.

When I started my comptuer this morning, I had the loading bar show up and had it running across the bottom for a good number of minutes, before suddenly the blue screen error comes up with UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME displayed.

So I tried running it in Safe mode to see what could have been the problem. Same result.

I can't even run the repair program because I get a SESSION3 INITILIZATION FAILED error after the gives a few minutes on the progress bar.

I know I hadn't installed ny new hardware or anything like that, and I'm going nuts because of this. ANyone know how to fiz this unexpected error?
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Most likely, HD went south.
Run diagnostic: http://www.tacktech....ay.cfm?ttid=287
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