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okay. Is there any way i could save my personal files on my hard drive by removing it from my pc? Like is there a way i can transfer the files to somewhere cause i want to replace my hard drive also.
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Yes.
1. You can slave the hard drive in another computer: http://www.dtidata.c...ave-hard-drive/
2. You can buy so called hard drive enclosure.
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Heya ^^ Problem is fixed! Okay so I am not quite sure why the Recovry console that i downloaded from your link did not work for me. I used imagburner to burn the file and then tried to boot from cd but i got that blue death screen error.

My drives seem to be fine. I got a hold of a new Windows media center edition CD through Dell(correct version for my pc). I started the computer and configured through setting to boot from cd option first instead of "st1...."

Ran windows setup following the easy instructions you have provided in your link to repair and now my computer is fixed and working just fine. I did not lose any data and all my files are still where they were.

Thanks alot for the help and info, you have made this process alot easier and most of all less frustrating!! Much appreciated and i am more than happy and willing to help others facing similar issues.

Thx again Brori and GeeksToGo.com!

Edited by phisicx, 24 March 2009 - 11:28 AM.

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