I've had one other computer suffer from a simular problems, but not to this extreme; basically, I think that when the computer was "forced" to shutdown (by a internal error, not a user shutdown), certain system files are corrupted. Through repeated logins after this point, I believe the system file have become so corrupted that I now can not reach the login screen.
Prior to complete unaccessablity, loading Windows, Firefox, and my games took incredable ammounts of time.
What happens Now:
Normal: Gets to the black "Windows XP" screen with a blue bar; the bar goes on indefinitely, freezing every few minutes.
SafeMode: Lists a bunch of .sys files, stops on agqAGP.sys (or something like that) after displaying "Press ESC to skip SDPD.sys." (Again, unsure of the exact name.)
ChkDsk (using a 3rd PT CD): Fails at some point and hangs. (Either in 1st or 2nd part.)
Recovery Console (Internal): Fails to load nessecary files from the HD to start.
Recovery Console (CD): Starts up; when I go to the RC, it hangs on examining the HD partition.
Repair Install: Same as above (RC-CD); still letting it run.
1. Is there still a way to easily repair my system if RI doesn't end up working?
2. Is making the drive a "slave" on another computer and "replacing" files workable?
3. If 1 and 2 are not doable, how exactly can this be done?
Edited by NikkuKaze, 08 February 2010 - 09:21 PM.